X-Men: Omega Point
God of Thunder
- God of Thunder
- Legendary Ego
- Righteous Warrior
Son of Asgard
- Enhanced Reflexes
- Enhanced Speed
- Godlike Strength
- Superhuman Durability
- Enhanced Senses
- Godlike Stamina
- Psychic Resistance
- Weather Influence
- SFX:Immune. Spend a D6 from the doom pool to ignore stress, trauma, or complications from disease or fatigue.
- SFX:Invulnerability. Spend a D6 from the doom pool to ignore physical stress or trauma results unless caused by psychic attacks.
- SFX:Second Wind. Before you make an action including a Son of Asgard power, you may move your physical stress die to the doom pool and double the Son of Asgard power for this action.
- Limit:Thunderer’s Guilt. Step up emotional stress caused by guilt or the suffering of those you have sworn to protect to add a D6 to the doom pool.
- Godlike Durability
- Supersonic Flight
- Weather Supremacy
- SFX:Anti-Force. On a successful reaction against an energy-based attack, inflict your attacker’s effect die against your attacker. If the attacker is a PC, give her 1 PP.
- SFX:Area Attack. Target multiple opponents. For every additional target, add d6 to your pool and keep +1 effect die.
- SFX:I Say Thee Nay! Double or step up a Mjolnir power for your next action, then step back that power. Activate an opportunity to recover that power.
- Limit:Gear. Shut down Mjolnir to add a D6 to the doom pool. Activate an opportunity to recover Mjolnir.
- Combat Master
- Medical Expert
- Menace Master
As mutants became more common across the globe, so too did telepaths and psychics like Charles Xavier and Jean Grey. Their existence began to stir ancient archetypes in the collective unconscious in 1969 like the Norse gods of Asgard, who began to take form and emerge through the minds of telepaths and even normal Homo sapiens with certain sensitivities.
One such man was Dr. Donald Blake who, while on a summer vacation hiking in the Scandes, along the border between Norway and Sweden. There, he discovered Mjolnir. Upon lifting the hammer, the Norse god of thunder Thor was reborn in his mind. He carved out a new Asgard from the mountains and set it hovering in the sky. That is where the X-Men found him and recruited him to help them stop his brother Loki. The two gods met in battle at the New Paltz Wine Festival. Thor was victorious, and took Loki back with him to Asgard, where other Norse gods had already begun to gather.