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- "With my ultimate power of the thunders, I, Thor, smash this entire dungeon to shattered ruins, each piece no larger than a man's fist. Then, I return to Asgard to woo goddesses and drink an ocean's worth of beer. Huzzah!"
Thor, God of Storms, The Holy Father of the Storm, Master of the Northern Skies, King of Thunder, and Frequent Smiter of Trees is a god of the Asgardian Pantheon. He is the patron deity of most dwarves, including Durkon Thundershield. He is the son of Odin, the brother of Loki and the uncle of Hel. Thor often acts like a drunken buffoon or a frat boy. Some of his less wise acts include taunting the Snarl, abandoning a village to Surtur, Lord of the Fire Giants while being hassled by Durkon, and creating a portentous storm while drunk.
Despite this, he is willing to bend the laws of reality on behalf of his worshipers, if he thinks the result will be particularly awesome, for example when he granted Durkon a casting of Control Weather which was used to generate a thunderclap of such force that Linear Guild druid Leeky Windstaff's staff and animated trees were blown to pieces due to having failed to ward them against sonic damage. Though a Celestial attempted to point out that Control Weather couldn't be used in that way, he pretended not to hear it and wandered off to "get tanked and paw Sif", telling the Celestial to report on whether Durkon lived or died.
His tendency to do such things for his followers does not appear to be approved by the other gods, and he was later seen being visited by the Tiger god of the Pantheon of Twelve Earthly Branches after attempting to assist Durkon in Azure City, telling him to relax.
Despite his appearance and personality, Thor appears to be smarter than he looks, as he appeared to have figured out Hel and her High Priest's plan when he entered his domain, and figured that if the High Priest of Hel reached the dwarven homelands that they'd be in trouble, and attempted to warn the Order of the Stick through a storm.
Thor is later shown having impregnated an unnamed fertility goddess (presumably Freya), with Loki scolding him for not knowing that she is a goddess of fertility (despite the fact that she was surrounded by bluebirds and flowers).
"What Would Thor Do?"Edit
"W.W.T.D?", or "What Would Thor Do?" is a tenet that Durkon occasionally considers what Thor would do for guidance; unfortunately, since Thor would simply crush his enemies with his divine power, return to Asgard, woo goddesses and drink "an ocean's worth of beer", the W.W.T.D. is never as applicable to Durkon's situation as it's supposed to be.
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