|Base of Operations||Hall of Heroes|
|Place of Birth||Asgard|
|Created by||Artemis Panther|
Thor was raised as an only child by his father, King Odin. His mother had passed of a plague when he was quite young, but a cure was eventually discovered. Odin and Thor had a close father-son relationship, and Odin had confidence that Thor would one day make a great King. But until then, Thor enjoyed his childhood. He enjoyed playing with his friends and using his hammer, Mjolnir, to cause storms on Midgard. Thor was intrigued by the way the Mortals worshiped them, but at the same time he thought the relationship between Mortals and Gods should be closer.
When Thor was the human equivalent of 19, he was given the task of taking down Laufey, King of the Frost Giants, and he would be elected King. Thor accepted the task, and he went off to battle Laufey. It was a close brawl, but in the end, it was Thor who gained the upper hand, managing to strike Laufey down and out with his lightning. Unbeknownst to him, he would cause Laufey's son, Loki, to desire revenge. But when Thor returned, Odin gave him the crown, and after giving up his power, he faded, wishing Thor luck before he was gone. Thor wept, but he promised he would make his father proud.
Attack of the Frost Giants
After nearly ten years of being King, Thor's downfall arrived. He did not know how, but a small squadron of Frost Giants had gotten into the castle. He send guards to take them down, but they were defeated. It wasn't long until a whole army of Frost Giants had entered the castle and a war had begun. After taking down many Frost Giants, Thor rethought his plan. If he confronted Loki, he would likely die. He had already witnessed the death of mostly every Asgardian, and Thor lost hope. He decided the only way to stop the Frost Giants was to trap them. So Thor opened a portal to Midgard, and after exiting, he shut off all available exits and entrances from Asgard, saying goodbye to his home.