Thor Odinson

Thor Odinson (a.k.a. Ása-Þórr, Atli, Einriði, Harðhugaðr, Hlóriði, Rymr, Sönnungr, Véurr, Vingþórr)

The mighty Thor, Lord of Thunder is as ubiquitous in Midgard culture as Zeus. Thunderbolts and lightning. The weather.

Few Midgardian humans have not heard of weather, or lightning. Thus, most humans recognize Thor. The key to Thor from experience (rather than the blather I see on the Migardian interwebs) is this: His wife, his home improvement projects, his beer.

This is Thor. A hardworking handyman in Ásgard, who loves his wife and his drink. If I had to make associations, which I don’t since I am in fact, a sapient book, I would suggest the best possible outcome being a drinking session between Thor, Hephaestus Vulcan Olympia and Jase.

While many liken him to Hercules, I wish not speak ill of the living on behalf of the dead. Good riddance to that bad rubbish.

”Dad, the…”
— Karisma Calebdottir
Don’t you dare have the audacity, or I’ll display your search history.
”… Book’s being educational!”
— Karisma Calebdottir
The Lord of Thunder lives in Bilskirnir with Sif and legions of kegs. He doesn’t get around to much nowadays, life too full of keeping up the buildings on the Asgardian farm.
"Farm? No, Book, you got this wrong, I remember from reading the stories, there's feasting halls and mead, whatever that is, and adventures with giants named Jotnar and..."
— Karisma Calebdottir

Farms. You, little one, are what they call young. Larval is the term I would prefer but as it is not up to me to decide what to call the pre-adolescent stage of Demi-gods and Human I will only remind you thus: Asgard was a place of adventures and feasting. It was the golden and gloried wealth of Realms.


Now, the Aesir and Vanir are farmers, ranchers and horticulturalists by necessity. One does, especially given the Scandinavian weather reflected in the Asgardian Realm, need to eat. And how they eat is, they farm. Sleipnir pulls a plough with his mighty eight legs, Odin tills the rye and barley. Thor blusters around brewing ales and mead with his wife, tending his bees, and repairing the halls.

”… Why? What happened?”
— Karisma Calebdottir
Oh child. Your Papa Raynar Einridsen happened. Baldr’s death happened.
”That’s… really sad.”
— Karisma Calebdottir
Yes, if one is an emotional meatbag, I assume it is.

Physical Description

General Physical Condition

Rotund and gigantic, Thor is a barrel chested brewer, whose days are filled with manual labour and nights with long hours of drinking by the fire. Be not confused, the deity is built like an ox, and although his musculature is covered by a layer of chub, I hear from those possessing of bodies, he is still a specimen of intimidation.

Facial Features

A rather large beard.

Identifying Characteristics

Belly laughter.

Mental characteristics

Personal history

The hero of the Aesir, many of the ancient saga speak of the one who rides alone, the loud and true guard of the shrines. Most include some form of a similar narrative: the Aesir were in an awkward spot, Thor showed up and drank, ate, belched then defeated a slew of Jotnar with his legendary hammer Mjolnir.

A hammer which can only be used by one who wears the matching gauntlets Járngreipr, and belt of strength Megingjörd. Yes, to wield Mjolnir the way it's meant to be wielded, Thor requires physical aides.

The son of Odin Borson and a giantess, Thor is the tempestuous half-brother of Baldr and Hodr.

War, the clang of battle and the thunder crack across the sky were his, as were the wails of those left behind from his litany of battle-dead.

This was, until the death of Baldr had an unintentional side effect.

Not only did Thor lose his beloved brother to Loki's infamous dart, but both his sons were cast out at the urging of Mimir. "Out, send the brothers out" Mimir droned, and Odin was want to do what the ancient wise one petitioned. Thus, the dusk of Asgard began, as slow as the shift in daylight after the Summer Solstice.

Mental Trauma

Losing his brother and his sons. Watching his beloved wife fade to a deep and prevailing depression.

Personality Characteristics


To win back his sons & put an end to all this Midgard nonsense.


Thor Odinson

spouse (Vital)

Towards Sif




spouse (Vital)

Towards Thor Odinson



Nicknames & Petnames

Sif calls Thor 'Einridi'

Divine Domains

Thunder, hitting things with hammers, carpentry.


Mjolnir, Járngreipr, Megingjörd

Divine Symbols & Sigils


Divine Abilities

Divine strength, a sort of hammer-driven flight & the power to control the weather.

Divine Classification
God of Thunder
Current Status
Tending Bees & Swinging Hammers
Current Location
Parents (Adopting)
Sif (spouse)
Blue as an Impending Storm
Other Affiliations
Ruled Locations

Gender Identity

A manly man's man, who is in possession of the ability to braid his wife Sif 's luxurious hair.


Intense in his younger years, Thor remains a devoted husband, and long since gave up any potential dalliances.

Intellectual Characteristics

Not the brightest of gods, Thor is still handy.

Morality & Philosophy

Protect first, feel pain later.

Appears In

The Judge of Mystics Saga is a series of contemporary magic realism novels by Sapha Burnell, published by Vraeyda Literary.
Green energy surrounding a man chained to brown rocks


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