Thor (トール, Tōru?) is the thunder god of Scandinavian mythology.



Thor is the god who congregated the most followers in Norse Mythology, whose worship surpassed even the All-Father, Odin. In many episodes, he soared through the sky, with his chariot, and slayed a great number of enemies with Mjölnir. During Ragnarök, Thor had his final battle with Jörmungandr where he emerged triumphant. However, while he managed to crush Jörmungandr’s brain, Thor was poisoned by the serpent’s venom and took his last breath after retreating nine steps. His children, Magni and Móði, survived Ragnarok and inherited his hammer.


Thor is a massive individual, holding the human-sized Mjölnir normally in his hand as a regular hammer.


Thor taught Magni to never retreat in battle, v

Thor facing Jörmungandr

iewing retreat as unforgivable.[1]


Thor is thought to be the spirit of the Beatrice Flowerchild's Berserker Class Card, but it is revealed to be Magni instead.


Thor was the strongest of the gods. He is known for the jewel embedded in his forehead, his belt Megingjörð (メギンギョルズ, Megingyoruzu?) that doubles the user's strength, the protective gauntlet Járngreipr (「ヤールングレイプル?), and his hammer Mjölnir. It is said both the gauntlet and belt are required to wield the hammer.


  1. Fate/kaleid liner PRISMA☆ILLYA 3rei!! - Chapter 55
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