Thursday, December 17, 2015

Thor's Day: Thor, Goddess of Thunder for the Cypher System







Jane Foster, was a nurse for Dr. Donald Blake, eventually developing feelings for him and Thor, not knowing that they were one and the same. The love triangle went on for a while until Thor revealed his secret identity to Foster, which caused Odin to punish him though he was forgiven after saving Asgard, and in return Thor even took her to Asgard with him. There, Foster was briefly granted immortality and the power of gods, until she failed to pass the tests of courage set forth by Odin when she showed fear battling the monstrous Unknown. Odin then strips Foster of her new powers and returns her to Earth, with no memory of Thor or her time in Asgard, where she meets her new love Dr. Keith Kincaid, who resembles Blake. Meanwhile, in Asgard Odin reunites Thor with his childhood love, Sif.

Foster and Thor remain separated for some time until Thor learns Foster had been manipulated into attempting suicide by an entity known as Fear and rushes to her hospital bedside. Sif, seeing Thor still has feelings for Foster, saves Foster's life by merging their life-forces.  They soon are separated and Foster is exiled to a pocket dimension.[10] Thor and Sif eventually rescue Foster and return her to Earth, where she marries Dr. Keith Kincaid.

After hearing rumors of the return of Dr. Donald Blake and Thor, Foster divorces her husband and subsequently loses custody of her child. Blake soon visits Foster at her work in a New York City hospital in search of Sif, whose spirit Blake mistakenly thought had been reborn in Foster since their spirits had been merged once before.  Foster and Blake go on a date after an initially turbulent reuniting. Foster discovers that Sif's spirit had actually been reborn in the body of a dying elderly cancer patient that was under her care. She alerts Blake and Thor manages to restore Sif just before the patient dies. Foster then travels to Broxton, Oklahoma, the site of the resurrected Asgard, and opens a medical practice with Donald Blake.

Foster is later diagnosed with breast cancer, and accepts an invitation from Thor to represent Midgard in the Congress of the Worlds on Asgard while she undergoes therapy but refuses all magical treatments. During the Original Sin storyline, Nick Fury whispers an unrevealed secret to Thor that causes him to lose the ability to wield Mjolnir. Soon afterwards an unidentified woman picks up the hammer, taking possession of Thor's power as the new Goddess of Thunder, and fights Malekith the Accursed, Dario Agger (the new Minotaur), and the Absorbing Man. Although Thor initially attempts to reclaim the hammer, he – referring to himself as 'Odinson' – relinquishes the name and role of Thor after witnessing her wield its power. Odinson suspects Foster might be one of the possible identities of the mysterious female who has replaced him as Thor, but he soon dismisses her as a candidate due to her weakened condition from chemotherapy.

Angered that someone else is wielding Mjolnir, Odin and his brother Cul, the God of Fear, send the Destroyer after the new Thor to retrieve the hammer but Odinson and Freyja assemble an army of female superheroes to aid her. hen the battle is over, Odinson asks Thor to reveal her face, but is interrupted by S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Roz Solomon, another person Odinson suspected to be Thor. Unbeknownst to Odinson, Mjolnir has given the strength to fight as Thor while it is in her possession. However, Jane's use of Mjolnir has perpetuated her cancer as result of the transformation process purging all toxins from her body including the radiation being used for her treatment, each time she transforms.


THOR 9 (27)


Motive: Protect Midgard
Environment: Any of the 9 Realms
Health: 35
Damage Inflicted: 9
Armor: 3
Movement: Short or Long (Flying)
Modifications: Medicine 10, Might defense 10

Combat: Thor is goddess who is fare tougher and stronger than any human and wields Mjolnir.
Mjolnir. Thor may make a single attack against up to 3 targets within Short range.
Goddess of Thunder: Thor has 6 random cyphers.
Use: Thor is selfless and will put herself in jeopardy to save an innocent and will diligently avenge those she protects.
Loot: A defeated Thor has 1 artifact.


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