|Announced / Unreleased Heroes|
The Asgardians are an extra-dimensional race of powerful beings who were worshiped by the Norsemen as Gods. Their origins are shrouded in myth, making it difficult to nail down the truth of all of the stories written about them. The stories told by the Thor comics show the repeat of Ragnarok again and again, with Odin trying to find a way to stall or trick the cycle, hoping each time that it would be the last.
The majority of the Asgardians all have some potential to practice magic, mostly but not limited to changing their appearances, transforming matter and wielding cosmic, elemental and paranormal energies. Though upon a world undefended by any known Sorcerer Supreme, all Asgardian races have the natural ability to harness eldritch energy (magic) far more easily than humans, drawing upon the ambient mystical might of Asgard itself and power-objects found therein, though their magical strength wanes beyond their native dimensional plane, if never fading completely. It has previously been stated by the Sorcerer Supreme of Midgard, Dr. Strange, that personal vitality is a key factor in one's ability to harness magic and since Asgardians are many times more durable than humans, they can manipulate far greater magics than most human beings who mastered magic. All known Asgardian races have super-human strength and are extremely long lived, not truly immortal like the Olympians but long enough lived to seem ageless.
Thor (Jane Foster)
|Asgardians||Heroes who are from Asgard|
|Bitter Rivals||Romantic rivals for Thor|
|Black Beauty||Romantically linked|
|Deceptive Origin||Enchantress once disguised herself as Valkyrie|
|Green With Envy||Asgardians who are jealous of someone|
|It's Alive!||Hero that has provided their essence to the Destroyer||or or|
|Odinsons||Sons of Odin|
|Odin's Blood||Biological children of Odin|
|Systkin||Asgardian brother and sister|
|Warriors Three||Heroes who are members of the Warriors Three|
|What Is Love?||One sided crush|