What happens when Thor and Odin merge

Sir

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The Sir are a brave and powerful warrior race whose passion for adventure is their religion, and their reputation as one of the most powerful races in the universe has earned them respect and fear of other races. They were ruled by Odin for a long time and tried to keep the peace between the Nine Worlds.

After coming into contact with the people in Scandinavia centuries ago, they influenced their culture and religion and shared so many traits with the people there. For example, an Asgardian surname appears to be her father's name and child's relationship, similar to the ancient Norse tradition (and still in modern Icelandic tradition today). Thor, the son of Odin, for example, has the surname Odinson, which leads him and other Aesir to believe that this also applies to humans, which is shown when they refer to Phil Coulson as "the son of Coul".

The sir are now an endangered species, largely wiped out by both Ragnarök and the attack by Thanos on the Statesman. The decimation also caused another great loss of sir, whereby these victims found their way back to life in 2023 through the use of the Infinity Stones by the Hulk. The last sir still alive today settled in New Asgard and are now ruled as queen by Valkyrie.

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history

War against the dark elves

Boron in battle.

Eons ago, Bor, one of the first kings of Asgard, led his armies against the Dark Elves. Under the rule of Malekith, the Dark Elves set out to destroy the Nine Worlds at the time of Convergence by using an infinity stone called Aether.

After many years of fighting, Bor and the Aesir defeated the Dark Elves and stole the Aether before Malekith could exert his power over the worlds. Bor ordered the ether to be hidden somewhere where no one could find it. Malekith, his lieutenant Algrim, and various other dark elves unknown to the sir fled in a ship and went into hibernation until the next convergence. [Thor - The Dark Kingdom]

Conquering the Nine Worlds

Odin and Hela in their conquests.

Odin led Asgard into a violent conquest of the otherworldly planets, together with his daughter Hela. Together they conquered the Nine Worlds with ambition. Insatiable from only the eight planets, Hela wanted more conquest and more power, and when Orin realized how powerful Hela really was, Odin quickly banished her from Asgard before she could harm anyone. To make sure Hela doesn't return, Odin sent his Valkyries to Hel to kill her. However, Hela overwhelmed the warriors and killed everyone except Valkyrie. [Thor - Day of Decision]

Galactic connections

As advanced, space-exploring people, the sir interacted with various other races and cultures. Well known were the Kree, Centaurians, Korbinites, Badoon and Nova Imperiums, and Knowhere. Sif herself mentions a number of blue aliens she has met: Interdites, Levians, Pheragotes, Kree, Sarks, Centaurs and Frost Giants. Their encounters with other galactic groups helped the sir build a higher reputation for themselves and earn respect from the other races. But at the same time they also made some enemies. [Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D - Episode 1 × 15] As children, the sir are taught about the many races, including learning their languages. [Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D - Episode 2 × 12]

Travel to earth

Aesir and frost giants on earth.

Aesir also began to travel to earth and formed a strong relationship with humans. The sir taught the Nordic people their language and culture and were recognized as gods. This tradition continued for many years. [Thor]

Although the Aesir had many contacts with other races, the Aesir do not have very close relationships with cultures from other worlds than the Nine Worlds. Although recognized, the sir are not considered to be one of the pre-eminent members of the integrated space community. [Guardians of the Galaxy] Lady Sif mistakenly informed Phil Coulson that Frost Giants were the only blue-skinned alien race to have ever visited Earth, [Agents of SHIELD - Episode 1 × 15] although the Kree actually entered Earth long before the time of Had visited Odin's reign. Another example is when Thor tells the Avengers that the Chitauri are from no known world, [The Avengers] although they live in a region of space known as the Sanctuary. [Guardians of the Galaxy] Thor had previously spoken to Loki, the then leader of the Chitauri, who had told him that he had learned many things in his exile, including many worlds that Thor - and presumably the rest of the sir - do not know, including obviously the Chitauri room.

War against Jotunheim

Odin in battle.

In 965 AD, the Jotunheim Frost Giants began conquering the Nine Worlds, starting with Earth. The sir came to defend mankind and finally drove the frost giants back to Jotunheim, where Odin personally defeated King Laufey to the point of surrender. After a truce was signed, the Aesir claimed the Eternal Winter Box, Jotunheim's greatest weapon, and returned it to Asgard for safekeeping.

While at Jotunheim, Odin found Laufey's abandoned son and decided to raise him as his own alongside his own son Thor. Odin named the child Loki and planned to eventually use him to unite the two kingdoms and bring about lasting peace. [Thor]

Army of the berserkers and turning away from earth

A legend is born.

In the 12th century, an army of sir known as the army of berserkers came to earth. They consisted mostly or in part of Asgardian citizens, not a combat profession who had volunteered for the mission. They received greatly enhanced strength and a feeling of extreme anger from touching the berserk stick. After it was over, the troops returned to Asgard, with the exception of one Aesir, later known as Elliot Randolph, who had fallen in love with the earth and its culture. He broke the berserk staff in three pieces and hid it all over Europe, and his identity remained a secret. However, in the 1500s, he told his story to a French girl whose brother, a priest, was writing down, and the story of the berserkers became legend. [Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D - Episode 1 × 08]

The sir decided not to return to earth, which resulted in their presence in history becoming mere legend. However, Odin left the tesseract, another Infinity Stone, on Earth in the early 15th century, but whether this was intentional or not is unclear. [Captain America - The First Avenger]

Exile from Thor

Laufey and Odin.

Six centuries later, Thor had proven himself a worthy prince, defending Asgard in many battles and becoming something of a hero. When Odin decided to finally make Thor king, a jealous Loki decided to sabotage the coronation. Loki opened a secret passageway in Jotunheim and allowed three Frost Giants to enter Asgard, where they attempted to steal the Eternal Winter Box from Odin's trophy room. Though the attempt failed, Thor's coronation was actually postponed. Furious with rage, Thor, Loki, Sif and Fandral, Hogun and Volstagg traveled to Jotunheim, where they started killing as many Frost Giants as possible.

When Odin tried to calm the situation down, Laufey declared that they were back at war. When he returned to Asgard, OdinThor withdrew his hammer from Mjølnir and banished him to earth to learn humility and prove himself worthy of the throne. In his absence, Loki confronted Odin with his true legacy and learned how it was found. Under enormous stress, Odin fell into Odin's sleep and let Loki ascend the throne.

Sif fights the Destroyer.

Loki devised a plan, traveled to Earth, and told Thor to remain in exile on Earth, explaining that Odin had died from the threat of another war. Loki then went to Jotunheim and made a pact with Laufey that gave him permission to travel to Asgard and kill Odin in his sleep. In the meantime, Sif as well as Fandral, Hogun and Volstagg had traveled to Earth to bring Thor home. Loki, in turn, had sent the Destroyer for them. In a fierce battle in a small town, Thor proved himself worthy and his powers were restored, resulting in the defeat of the Destroyer. The incident caused the earth to believe in the legends again.

In Asgard Laufey tried to start the murderous attack against Odin, but was betrayed and murdered by Loki. Thor returned to Asgard shortly thereafter and confronted Loki, who revealed his plan to destroy Jotunheim with the Bifrost in order to prove himself worthy to Odin. [Thor]

The destruction of the Bifrost

The destroyed Bifrost.

During the brothers' duel at the Bifrost Bridge, Thor had to destroy the Bifrost to save Jotunheim. Odin woke up from his sleep, but refused Loki's request for acceptance. Loki then dropped into the abyss of the room. The sir celebrated Thor's return and exploits, but they faced a bigger problem. Without the Bifrost, Asgard was unable to protect the Nine Worlds. [Thor]

A team of intruders sensed Asgard's absence and set about robbing and killing in all worlds. In the meantime, Asgard discovered that Loki was still alive and had made a pact with the alien tyrant Thanos. Loki had traveled to Earth to regain the tesseract, and in return he was given command of the Chitauri army to rule the planet. Using dark energy, Odin was able to send Thor to Earth to bring Loki and the Tesseract home. [Comic: Thor - The Dark Kingdom Prelude]

Loki's war on earth

Thor and Loki on earth.

With the tesseract, Loki traveled to earth and set about creating disturbances in order to declare himself king of the earth. Loki had several people build a device for him that should use the power of the tesseract and open a portal so that the Chitauri can conquer the earth.

In conflict with S.H.I.E.L.D. the Avengers and Thor, Loki and his army got into a battle that devastated New York City. The Chitauri were eventually defeated, the portal closed, and Thor used the tesseract to bring Loki back to Asgard for punishment. [The Avengers]

War on the Nine Worlds

In Asgard, Heimdall uses the tesseract to restore the bifrost. Loki, meanwhile, has been imprisoned for his actions on Asgard, Jotunheim and Earth, while Thor was dispatched to lead the Asgardian forces against the invading forces that are still wreaking havoc on planets like Harokin, Nix throughout the Nine Worlds and beyond , Korbin and Ria served.

After a two-year war, all enemy troops were finally rounded up and imprisoned on Asgard, the Nine Worlds were at peace again and owed their peace to Asgard. Odin, proud of the man who had become his son, decided it was finally time to make Thor king. [Thor - The Dark Kingdom]

The return of the dark elves

Frigga fighting Malekith.

Five thousand years after the almost complete extinction of their race, the dark elves awoke from their slumber and the time of convergence came again. Meanwhile, Jane Foster came across portals left by the Convergence and had moved into the area where the Aether was hidden. Foster unleashed the ether and became its unwilling host. On his journey to Earth, Thor found his girlfriend, with whom he had a romantic relationship during his exile on Earth two years earlier, and brought her to Asgard for protection.

In the meantime, Malekith developed a plan for which he disguised his Lieutenant Algrim and had him imprisoned in Asgard. While in the dungeons, Algrim unleashed the power of the Kursed and transformed into an indestructible beast. Algrim freed the other prisoners from their cells and destroyed Asgard's defenses so that the Dark Elves could invade Asgard. In the chaos, several prisoners escaped from their cells, including Lorelei, who was on her way to Earth.

A battle began between the two sides, with Aesir and Dark Elves suffering heavy losses. Malekith could not locate the host of the Aether and had Algrim murdered Queen Frigga before he escaped on her ship. Asgard mourned Frigga and her many dead. Odin, unpredictable from the loss of his wife, had the bifrost switched off and gathered all the sir for an attack on Malekith.

Thor defeats Malekith.

Thor, who also wanted to take revenge, freed Loki from his cell and escaped from Asgard with the help of Sif and Fandral, Hogun and Volstagg with Foster. Using a dimensional rift that Loki discovered many years ago, they teleported to the dark elves' home planet, Svartalfheim. They eventually found Malekith, who took the ether from Foster's body, despite Thor and Loki's efforts to destroy it. As Loki sacrificed himself to kill Algrim, Thor and Foster stranded on Svartalfheim while Malekith traveled to Earth to release the ether at the height of the convergence.

To find a portal that led back to the same warehouse in London from which Foster and Thor left Earth, Thor fought Malekith and, with the help of Foster, Erik Selvig, Darcy Lewis and Ian Boothby, killed him by using the Aether and saved the Nine Worlds again. [Thor - The Dark Kingdom]

A new regulation

The ether goes to the collector.

Thor returned to Asgard, refused the throne and told Odin that he wanted to stay on earth and protect her. Unknown to Thor, having survived his apparent death on Svartalfheim, Loki traveled back to Asgard in disguise and somehow had taken the throne and pretended to be Odin. When they decided it was too risky to have the tesseract and the ether together in Asgard, Sif and Volstagg turned the ether over to the custody of Taneleer Tivan, the collector at Knowhere. Unknown to the sir, Tivan somehow wanted to use the ether along with the other Infinity Stones for his own purposes. [Thor - The Dark Kingdom]

Immigration to Earth

Lorelei on earth.

On earth was S.H.I.E.L.D. now more and more vigilant towards supernatural threats after the invasion of Loki. In their efforts to keep world peace and deter possible threats, the agency realized that various sir had made Earth their home. Two important cases were Elliot Randolph and the sorceress Lorelei. The former helped SHIELD prevent a Nordic hate group from using the Berserker Staff, an Asgarde weapon, for sinister purposes, [Agents of SHIELD - Episode 1 × 08] and the latter became an enemy of SHIELD, only with the help of Sif could be stopped from Asgard. [Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D - Episode 1 × 15]

Meanwhile, the sir continued their role as protectors of the worlds within the Nine Worlds. When Heimdall saw a kree on Earth, Sif was sent to investigate. Finally she brought him back to Asgard before going to Hala. [Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D - Episode 2 × 12]

Thor fights against the AI ​​Ultron.

Thor teamed up again with the Avengers to track down the Chitauri scepter in Hydra's possession and defeat Ultron, an AI that arose from the scepter's alien supercomputer. After experiencing visions through Scarlet Witch that foretold the Asgard disaster, Thor traveled with Erik Selvig to a source of the Norn and received extensive information about the Infinity Stones for the first time. Thor then traveled back to Asgard. [The Avengers - Age of Ultron]

Elliot Randolph later got back to S.H.I.E.L.D. Teamed up to find out how to use an old Kree portal called the Monolith and later destroy it. Fearful of being dragged back to Asgard or elsewhere through a portal, Randolph agreed to S.H.I.E.L.D. to help with his extensive knowledge to understand how the portal works. [Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D - Episode 3 × 02]

The Chronicom Noah monitored from the lighthouse possible events of magnitude threatening the existence of the world. One of his finds was an ase that was sighted in a town. [Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D - Episode 5 × 11]

Ragnarok

Hela in Asgard.

Thor returned to Asgard after two years of searching for the Infinity Stones. He discovered that Loki was still alive and disguised as Odin to rule Asgard.The two traveled to Earth and, with the help of Doctor Strange, found Odin in Norway. Before his death, Odin told his sons that their sister Hela would be free and would try to rule Asgard by force. After Odin's death, Hela appeared before them, declared herself their queen and destroyed Mjølnir. The three were transported over the Bifrost Bridge by Skurge, but Hela threw the two out and they landed on the planet Sakaar.

Hela quickly challenged the Einherjar to a fight and managed to kill the soldiers. She made Skurge her executioner and ruled the sir in fear and terror. Heimdall led the Asgard civilians to a safe place to hide from Hela. In the meantime, Thor reunited with the Hulk on Sakaar and together with Valkyrie they escaped the planet and made their way to Asgard, while Loki joined the rebellion on Sakaar and also traveled to Asgard.

Thor as the new king of the Aesir.

Thor challenged Hela to a fight while the rest of the Revengers and Aesir fought their army of berserks. However, it quickly became apparent that she was too powerful, so Loki joined the fight and helped evacuate the Aesir from Asgard using a spaceship from Sakaar. Thor told Loki to fuse the Crown of Surtur with the Eternal Flame so that Surtur would ignite Ragnarok and thereby kill Hela. The plan was successful, but the sir were left without a home planet. Thor, their new king, set the course for earth as a place of refuge. [Thor - Day of Decision]

On the verge of extinction

Thanos on the Aesir ship.

The Asgardian refugee ship was intercepted by Thanos and the Black Order and the ship was boarded. A hard fight ensured that many of the surviving Assir were killed. Thor, Hulk, Heimdall and Loki survived the fight. Heimdall, however, was killed by Thanos after using the last of his energy to teleport Hulk to Earth via the Bifrost. Loki followed just as quickly after attempting to assassinate Thanos by again feigning allegiance to him. After Thanos successfully integrated the space stone into the Infinity Glove, he used the power stone to ignite the ship before teleporting away with the Black Order. [The Avengers - Infinity War]

After Thanos had wiped out half of life in the universe with the infinity stones, the Asgardian population was halved again. [Q&A with the Russo brothers]

Refuge on earth and fight against Thanos

The remaining Asen, together with Korg and Miek, rebuild civilization in Tønsberg on earth and named the town New Asgard. The sir, deprived of their wealth, lead a simple, rural life. The remaining sir beings continued to be led by Thor, but due to his hermetic lifestyle of drinking and video gaming, they only see their king when he needs more beer. In 2023, New Asgard was visited by the Hulk and Rocket Raccoon, who then managed to convince Thor to go back in time to reverse the decimation.

After Hulk snapped the Infinity Stones from the past, all life returned that Thanos had previously erased from existence. Shortly thereafter, Valkyrie leads an army of Einherjar along with Korg and Miek to join the fight against the army of Thanos. Together with the Avengers, Wakanda, Ravagers, masters of the mystical arts and other people, they fought against Thanos and his armies. Tony Stark eventually ended the fight by wiping out all of Thanos' and Thanos himself's allies with the Infinity Stones and winning the war with it. [Avengers - Endgame]

technology

Aesir are an advanced warrior race with access to technology beyond human understanding. Most Asgardian devices look deceptively primitive in nature, with esoteric, old-fashioned sounding names. Their technology is somewhat mystical in nature. Many residents have great martial arts, and the armies of Asgard have held peace in the Nine Worlds for millennia. They have energy weapons, along with aircraft similar to the Viking longships, armed with cannons and missiles. The palace of Walhalla itself is protected by an energy shield, and the journey between the Nine Worlds is made possible by the Bifrost, a bridge between the worlds. They also have sophisticated password systems in place to open doors that can even be engraved in stone.

The Bifrost.

The sir also maintain normal melee weapons such as swords, spears and shields. However, their weapons are made using nanotechnology. They appear normal when they stand still, but when they move quickly, the blade glows with a bluish-white energy aura that greatly increases the power of the weapon and makes hand weapons obsolete: be it lightning bolts, bullets or arrows. The shields are able to deflect laser flashes; when an explosion hits the shield, it tilts with the same energy and deflects the explosion. The same energy is present in many other Aesir technologies. It is fired from cannons and created as a shield to protect the palace.

One of the most important technical achievements of the Aesir is the Bifrost Bridge. Heimdall's observatory, from which he directs the Bifrost and watches over the Nine Worlds and Space, is just outside Asgard, connected by the Rainbow Bridge. It enables the sir to travel to other planets without the need for spaceships like other cultures do.

Characteristic features

While sir and humans look the same, they are very different. Aesir have various superhuman abilities that are superior to a normal human. The primary of their abilities is superhuman strength, though it varies, while the average sir have the power to fight any type of beings within the Nine Worlds, while more evolved warriors such as Heimdall, Sif, and the Valkyries have slightly superior strength in the they can overwhelm low-level Asgardian warriors (or, in the case of Frigga, fight a dark elf to a remarkable extent). Elliot Randolph may still have the strength due to his days as a berserker that could put him in the category with them too. Only Bor, Odin, Hela and Thor seem to be the ones of supreme strength as they are the past, present and future kings and queens of Asgard and the ruling leaders of their kind. However, it appears that the heirs are inferior to the current ruler of Asgard, as Hela was overwhelmed by Odin and Thor openly said that Odin was stronger than him.