Nickname: God of Thunder | Odinson | Asgardian Commander | The Viking
Height: 188 cm
Weight: 79 kg
His weapon of choice is the all-powerful Mjolnir, with which he is able to control lightning and electricity, as well as use it proficiently as a blunt instrument. Thor has simple clothing beneath his silver armor. His armor is made out of silver and metal melted together and shoulder protection, also having a large red cape on his back and a helmet with wings.
Thor starts out as a brash, young, and arrogant prince who defies the will of his father and places his selfish needs before that of those around him. Due to his mighty power and appearance, he felt that he was entitled to rule with an iron fist. However, once he arrives on earth and meets Jane Foster, who shows him kindness and love, Thor is smitten and begins to develop a humble and compassionate heart. It should also be noted that, that due to his time on earth, likely as a result of her influence, he has developed something of a sense of humor.
Village of Birth: Kumogakure
Village of Alliance: Sunagakure
Rank & Chakra Info
- Water Release
- Earth Release
- Wind Release Complete
- Earth Release Complete
- Water Release Complete
- Fire Release Complete
- Lightning Release C-rank
- Ninjutsu - C-rank
- Taijutsu - D-rank
- Kenjutsu - D-rank
- Gull Summoning - Signer
Early Life: Thor had an idyllic childhood, brought up in an Asgardian home, people in northern land of Lightning, as a treasured son of Odin and his wife Frigga. His best friend and playmate was his adopted brother Loki, and though they were rivals for their father's throne, they still remained close companions.
Brought up in the warrior culture of the Asgardians, Thor valued strength, courage, and loyalty above all else. He desired to be exactly like his father the war hero, and often remarks on the people he will slay and the wars he will win when he is king of the tribe. Thor would be worshipped as a deity of strength and courage among people in the north.
He proves himself a great warrior, often leading his band of warriors, including the Warrior Three on adventures. However, he is also known to be reckless when Loki jokingly reminds him that he would be dead had he not used a smoke bomb to allow them to escape during one battle.
Althought Odin chose him as his heir, he openly remarked that he thought Thor was a "vain, greedy, cruel boy" after Thor started an ill-advised war against the Frost Giants. It is later revealed that Loki was never in contention for the throne because of his Frost Giant heritage, meaning that regardless of his boyish attitude, Thor was always meant to be king of the tribe.
Rise of Thor: During a ceremony in Asgard, north from Kumogakure hidden from civilization, is about to let Thor ascend to the Throne of Asgard as Odin is about to finally enter the Odinsleep after putting it off for so long. Thor revels in the ceremony and underges the passage of becoming King from Odin. As Odin is about to name Thor King, he senses that Frost Giants have snuck into Asgard and into Odin's Vault to steal a valuable treasure from the tribe. Odin, Thor and Loki goes to the vault to find the Frost Giants slayed by the Asgardian warriors. Thor says that they must assemble an army to the Frost Giants as Odin did before him, though he is forbidden to do so. Later, Thor gatheres his friends the Warriors Three to disobey Odin's orders to force answers out of the King of the Frost Giants.
Convincing Heimdall, the warrior who guards the entrance to Asgard, Thor and his allies visit the Frost Giants to interrogate the King without success. Thor's pride forces him to begin a battle with the Frost Giants which leaves many of them dead or vengeful. Odin saves Thor and the others before they are outnumbered. Thor's actions lead to the King of Frost Giants to threaten Asgard with war, and as punishment Thor was stripped of his mighty hammer and banished from Asgard, where he is forced to live among shinobi. Thor arrives in Kumogakure and is hit by a large caravan of wagons driven by several people who would later become his friends. Thor was tazed with lightning by his future friend, Sindy, when she felt "freaked out" by his behavior.
Thor wakes up in the hospital in Kumogakure, where he thinks he is being held captive. He eventually escapes to meet with Sindy, who wants to speak to him on how he ended up in Kumogakure. Thor is instantly attracted to Sindy and overhears a conversation between two men who claim to have been trying to remove an item in the desert of Sunagakure. He instantly knows that it is in fact his hammer. Thor is accused by several people to be insane due to his claims to be the Son of Odin, whom he claims to be a god and is compelled to leave them. However fate allows him to bump into Sindy again, who leads him to the desert of Sunagakure, where Sunagakure shinobi are investigating the hammer. Thor tried to reclaim the hammer, but is imprisoned by Kazekage Mockingbird and speaks with a vision of Loki, who decieves Thor by telling him that Odin is dead and Thor's banishment is conditional on the truce with the Frost Giants. Thor enters a state of depression until he is freed by Cobalt, who tells Sunagakure shinobi that Thor is a former researcher and ANBU member in Konohagakure. Thor returns to Sindy and gives her a fraction of her research which Sunagakure shinobi had confiscated. He then explains to her about Asgard and for the first time feels comfortable around shinobi.
The next day, Thor's friends the Warriors Three arrive to bring him home, explaining that Odin is alive and Loki has claimed leadership over Asgard. Loki sends the Asgardians who have stayed loyal to him to Loki to kill Thor, levelling the small town in the desert, and his friends being unable to defeat them, Thor offers his life to the Asgardians to save his friends. A single attack from the Asgardians penetrates Thors' chest leaving him lethally wounded, restoring his worthiness to wield his hammer, Mjolnir. Thor regains his powers and is healed by his friends before he defeats the Asgardians with ease and promises an alliance with Sunagakure. Thor travels to Asgard, promising Sindy and the rest of Sunagakure that he will return and before he leaves kisses her hand passionately before going to Asgard. Thor reveals Loki's plot to their mother Frigga and battles Loki at the gates, which is devastated with their destructive powers. Thor chooses to destroy the gate to save the people outside of Asgard, shattering the chains and destroying the gate. Before the battle ends, Odin saves Loki and Thor before they fall into the depth of darkness. Loki, knowing his actions have not earned him the respect he wanted, allows himself to fall into the abyss and Thor cries out for his brother.
Thor mourns Loki's apparent death and longs to see Sindy and Sunagakure again. He makes amends with his father and speaks with Heimdall about returning to Sunagakure, to which Heimdall gives him passage to Sunagakure, where Thor is welcomed by everyone in Sunagakure.
Friends: Sindy, Naruta, Cobalt, Mockingbird, Toshiro, Jokey, Tsuki, Akisha, Jiraiya, The Pervy Sage, Baldy, DM, Magnifico, Hayate Gekko, Korra, Jubi-Sama, Klaus, Kirabi, Kuro Tamashi, Kwalker, Mangekyo Byakugan, Merita, Naizen, Nemo, Nexus, Nirvana, President Bush, Priest, Roger, Sasora, Scary Yamato, Shigure-Sama, Shikamaru Uchiha, Solf Kimblee, 4th Raikage, The Great Uchiha, Tsuna, Uchiha Jinchuuriki, Wasted Monkey, William, Xhoudinii, The Leader, Method, Sanji, Gaara, Roju, Negative Knight, Yashin, Kakashi, Vision, Virus & Kichiro Fujimoto.
(If I forgot anyone sorry)
Due to his long time in the cold north and his harsh training, he was a master user of Earth and Water. Because of this, he could use all Water techniques with a simple handseal and could use Earth techniques with more speed and ease than most users.
Master Hammer Fighter:
After many years of practice wielding his hammer, Thor is a master of fighting with Mjolnir and is proficient in hammer throwing.
For many years, he has led warriors into batte against forces with great leadership and employing of strategies and teactics from possibly every culture in the world.
Thor has been entrusted with the mighty hammer Mjolnir, that was forged from the heart of a meteor from space.