Why was he nerfed so hard after the first Thor movie?
Why was he nerfed so hard after the first Thor movie?
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How? He doesn't do anything in the first Thor movie, he just casts his clone illusions to trick people into falling, gets his ass beat by Thor, and has "the destroyer" do destruction/smack Thor for him.
He's still asgardian. He can take hits from the hulk, has super strength, knows how to fight.
In Loki he gets into fist fights with normal humans and nearly loses.
Oh, I don't watch Marvel tv shows. Doesn't surprise me, in the Infinity movies Thanos strength is all over the place from scene to scene, they have no care or consistency when it comes to that shit in MCU
>Oh, I don't watch Marvel tv shows. Doesn't surprise me, in the Infinity movies Thanos strength is all over the place from scene to scene, they have no care or consistency when it comes to that shit in MCU
or comics. Super stuff is a mess. I guess you have to be japanese to keep power levels consistent, and even they mess up when they start to no longer give a shit.
Change it to "why was he nerfed so hard after the first Avengers" then. He still had a decent showing in Dark World and Ragnarok, anyway. Infinity War was him at his most retarded.
>I'm gonna... Le try and stab the titan in the throat in full view of everyone, including a powerful telepath
>Nooooo, you can't use the same stone i gave you to stop my attack
>Nooooo, don't snap my neck Thanos-sama, don't snap my n-ACK!
And I'm not even mentioning all the retarded shit that happened prior to that
>No, i won't use the Infinity Stone at my disposal to teleport myself, my brother and anyone i deem important enough
>I won't even use it to save the little children aboard the ship
>I'll just wait until Thanos with his cronies boards the ship and beats the shit out of everyone
>Hiding myself? Pffttt, i'll just stand there and wait until Thanos addresses me like a good little boy
>My friend Hulk created the distraction, perhaps i should aid him while leaving an illusion to fool the Black Order?
>Nah, it will be fine
>I'm such a smart guy, nothing bad could ever happen to me
I thought Loki wasn't actually an Asgardian. Does he gain their energy from being in their land for so long?
Asgardians and Frost Giants are comparable as far as physicality goes.
he's a runt
this high end ice giants/trolls who are also old in age could be compared to asgardians they also can use rune magic too.
Hes frost giant but in thor and avengers he can clearly take a ton of damage and hes highly superhuman. Like, in avengers hulk famously beats him
but its an incredibly brutal beatdown. Humans, even Captain American wouldnt even be red paste after that, loki was unable to fight afterwards but still concious and didnt even need medical attention to recover afterwards.
In later content hes a chump that basic humans (like not even powered up like cap) with h2h abilities can fight and even beat
no hes an ice troll or something but should still have super strength,speed,etc like thor as their species was the fictional counter part that fought asgardian ancestors.
mcu isn’t known for consistency.
Strongest combat showing from Loki was stomping Pym in What If.
He was manhandling Cap in the first Avengers, but then again the first Avengers movie was not Cap at his best.
A super soldier isn't stronger nor faster than gods/demigods. A normal human/super soldier shouldnt be capable of overpowering/defeating them. It's already ridiculous when capeshit writers have normal humans overpowering and defeating Asgardians, and a super soldier like Captain America defeating Asgardians.
How was the what if series anyways? It's the only post endgame thing I've remotely any interest in, but not enough to actually check it out myself yet.
How you'd expect. Cool ideas, standalone episodes, but nothing mindblowing or spectacular, each episode varies in quality and everyone has their preference of the best one as it usually is with standalone episode kind of shows.
Thanks, I'll probably take a look one of these days then.
I'll be honest, Loki straight up besting Pym wasn't something I really thought he was capable of especially considering how he's portrayed in his show. In theory, he should be dealing with his threats with fucking minimal effort because of how buffed his physiology is, and yet it doesn't happen.
Being fair to Hank, he is an old guy past his prime trying to fight a superhuman being head on because he was tricked. Even as an old guy he could kill a normal man in a fight because a single punch at ant size has the same force as a bullet but that won't work on an asgardian. Besides his suit old suit can only shrink, so growing to giant size wasn't an option.
I mean, he isn't a fighter. He was only an Avengers level threat because of Thanos' army. And, put up against a force he's never seen, it's not surprising that he isn't prepared.
Still more powerful than any mortal. Capes are the medium that love to make stronger people job.
Because they 180'd on the Thor mythos from "They're Gods who's magic is like science to them" to "They're just literal aliens on another planet"
So he could be rehabilitated.
I don't know why the Loki series gave him so many new powers (either by him saying he has them, or by showing him using them) that he clearly didn't have in the first Avengers movie, that he clearly would've won in the first Avengers movie had he used them.
I still think Loki out of his depth is better than Loki in command of the situation. He's funny when he's wrong-footed.
>Loki in command of the situation
We haven't seen this Loki since the first half of Avengers.
why did they have him like that? I don't remember him ever chanting any spells, he could probably had just unfucked his mouth at any moment.
The flashback in Endgame showed it was just because he was talking too much.
Harder than Hulk?
I miss when summoning the Hulk was almost just as bad as whatever they were fighting.