Questions tagged [asgard]

For questions about the planet Asgard, home-planet of Odin and Thor, in all relevant Marvel entities. Always use in conjunction with the [marvel] tag, and any other relevant tags, e.g., [thor-marvel]

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Are the Asgardian Gods and the Asgardian People the same thing?

In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the Gods of Asgard are able to do things that normal people cannot. However, on the planet of Asgard, the people of Asgard who are not Gods exist as well. Is there a ...
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Did The Decimation avoid previously halved populations? [duplicate]

Prior to and during the events of Avengers: Infinity War, the Mad Titan Thanos massacres half of many different populations - including Morag, Xandar, and Asgard. However, when Thanos obtained all six ...
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Why didn't Loki fall into the Asgardian sea instead of falling into space (abyss) after the destruction of the Rainbow bridge? [duplicate]

In Thor (2011) after Thor shattered the Rainbow Bridge with Mjolnir both him and Loki were going to fall into space (abyss) before Odin arrived for their help. But in the movie we can see water (...
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When did the Asgardians become aliens instead of gods? [duplicate]

On reading the old Journey into Mystery comics, where Thor first appeared, it is not evident that the Asgardians are aliens. As far as the audience can tell, they are simply the Norse gods of myth. ...
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How does the Bifrost still work after the destruction of Asgard?

We know that after Thor uses Mjolnir to destroy the Bifrost in Thor, travel to other worlds was rather difficult and required other means, such as Dark Energy mustered by Odin (as stated by Loki in ...
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Asgard (the planet) is flat! So, is it natural or artificial?

As can be clearly seen in the following picture, Asgard is surprisingly flat! However, basic physics tells us that due to gravity, surface tension and rotation around their axes, planets found in ...
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