This is simply an alternate set of game stats for the classic Thor, from Marvel Comics. We usually prefer to average our estimates to come up with shared numbers, but in some cases offering different sets of stats reads better.


  • Marital Status: Married.
  • Known Relatives: Odin (father), Gaea (Jord, mother), Frigga (adoptive mother), Loki (adoptive brother), Vidar (half-brother), Buri (Tiwaz, great-grandfather), Bor (grandfather), Villi (uncle, deceased), Ve (uncle, deceased), Sigyn (sister-in-law).
  • Group Affiliation: Avengers.
  • Base Of Operations: Variable.
  • Height: 6’6’‘ Weight: 640lbs.
  • Eyes: Blue Hair: Blond


Powers and Abilities

Thor posses physical attributes in excess of those of other Agardians. He is virtually immortal, though he can be killed in battle. He is resistant to all earthly disease. His bones, muscle and tissue are 3 to 4 times denser than similar human tissue. This contributed to his great weight and strength, and maked him very resistant to conventional injury.

He also has incredible endurance.


(Taken from, which has long since vanished)

Thor is at least 2,000 years old. He is the son of the Skyfather of the Asgardians, Odin, and an Elder Goddess, Gaea, though she is known to Odin and Thor as Jord. Because he is a union of Asgard and Earth, he has powers far beyond the natural abilities of other Asgardians.

When Thor was eight, he was sent by his father to Nidavellir, the land of the dwarves, so that he could have a special weapon forged. This weapon was Mjolnir, which would one day become Thor’s, but only after he had performed a number of good deeds.

It was during the next 10 years that Thor would strive to become worthy of the hammer, often foiling the plots of his foster-brother, Loki. Thor considers this one of the happiest periods of his life.


When Thor was 18, Thor finally earned the right to wield Mjolnir, when the young goddess Sif was captured by Storm Giants. Thor grabbed Mjolni and rushed to the Storm Giants’ fortress. There he learned that the Storm Giant King had given Sif to Hela, in return for immortality.

Thor rushed to rescue Sif, and volunteered to give up his own life for Sif’s. Hela was so impressed by his selflessness, that she chose to release Thor and Sif.

Thor quickly rose in rank in Odin’s army, and came to lead thousands of warriors. His prowess in battle led him to become overconfident and arrogant.


During the age of Vikings, Thor was placed in mortal form by Odin, where he Thor was known as Siegmund, and later Siegfreid. The legends of these heroes from Norse mythology were in fact based on Thor’s exploits. Thor actively sought the worship of the Vikings, until he learned of the atrocities some of his more fanatical followers committed in his name.

Vintage Thor comic book art

It was then that Thor allowed the worship of his race to die out.

In recent times, Odin learned that if Thor was not kept safe from harm for several years he would die. This would cause Ragnarok, the end of the world, to have a worse outcome than had been foretold, and no new race of gods would rise from the ashes.

Odin chose to place Thor in the mortal form of Dr. Donald Blake, so that he would be safe, and he would also learn some measure of humility. This stratagem was successful, but has caused Thor to become very attached to Earth, because of the love he developed for Jane Foster during this time. Odin disapproved of this, and erased Foster’s memories.

Modern times

Thor eventually dropped the Blake identity.

Next Thor took on the identity of Sigurd Jarlson, but this identity was short lived.

Thor was later merged with the mortal Eric Masterson, to save Masterson’s life. When Thor was banished for killing Loki, Masterson took over the heroic identity of Thor.

After a short time in banishment, and living merely as Thor, with no mortal identity, Thor was merged with the dead mortal Jake Olson, by Marnot, the third raven of Odin, given human form.


6’6”, overly muscular, long blond hair, blond beard, and the ever-lovable Thor costume.


Thor is an honorable, slightly arrogant, formal pseudo-Norse warrior. He talks in a delightful pseudo-Shakespearian way.

DC Universe History

He could be from New Genesis or Apokolips but that’s far fetched. He could be the God that Highfather exchanged with Darkseid, he was raised for combat and has a bad temper, but he remained good after all.

Game Stats — DC Heroes RPG

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Dex: 08 Str: 22 Bod: 12 Motivation: Responsibility of Power
Int: 07 Wil: 15 Min: 12 Occupation: Avengers
Inf: 11 Aur: 13 Spi: 13 Resources {or Wealth}: 06
Init: 30 HP: 150

Invulnerability: 12, Damage Capacity: 02, Density Increase: 02, Magic Sense: 05, Systemic Antidote: 06, Mind Over Matter: 05, Sealed Systems: 05

Martial Artist: 08, Weaponry(Exotic): 13, Animal Handling (Riding): 06, Charisma: 13, Medicine (First Aid): 06, Weaponry (Melee): 10, Occultist(Identify Artifact, Occult Knowledge): 10

Bonuses and Limitations:
Density Increase Always On already figured in stats.

Area Knowledge (Asgard), Free Access (Avenger Card), Iron Nerves, Popularity, Near-Immortal, Insta-Change (When Jake hits the ground he becomes Thor, it works the other way around to).

Avengers (High), Asgardian Gods (High), Beta Ray Bill (High).

Strange Arch Enemy(Loki), Alter Ego(Controllable), SIA(Honor), MIA(Protecting Midgard), Minor Rage, Miscellaneous Drawback(If Thor losses Mjlonir for more than 4 APs of time(60sec) he reverts back to Jake Olsen), Miscellaneous Drawback(Thor’s RV drops of 3CS against percing attacks, but he may use his Martial Arts as normally).


  • Mjlonir (BODY:30, EV:12 Flight: 12, Reflection/Deflection: 10, Weather Control: 18, Dimension Travel: 12, Omni-Power: 15, Magic Shield: 10 Bonuses and Limitations: Flight: Mjlnoir uses Flight to always come back from where it was thrown, Magic Shield: Can only be used while spinning Mjlonir, Weather Control: If Thor gives up his actions for a Phase, he can summon a Lightning Storm and can add the EV of Lightning summoned to the total EV of Mjlonir.
    Only a pure and noble person can pick up the hammer. It is left to the Gm discretion if a player is worthy of lifting it, you can base yourself on his Motivations, HP, Personality our whatever you judge useful. If a player is successful in lifting the hammer, he gets the powers of Thor, his STR and his Powers.)
  • Belt of STR V2 (BODY: 12, /STR/:24 Bonuses and Limitations: After taking of the belt Thor’s STR comes down to 20 for an extended period of time).

By Patrick Sawyer.

Helper(s): All the list.

Source of Character: Marvel Universe.