Thor: THIS Theory States Something Else About The Asgardian Gods’ Fates

When we talk about Thor, Loki, Odin, or Hela, we’re not talking about humans with some powers or nanotech suit. We’re talking about Gods. Each of them is a god for something specific. Thor is the God of Thunder. Loki is the God of Mischief. Hela is the Goddess of Death. And, Odin, the allfather, is the God of War and Wisdom. Just when you think they’re gods, they must be super powerful, a Redditor comes up with a theory that makes some sense. However, not all of you will agree with it. Check it out!

Loki, Thor, and Hela in MCU
Loki, Thor, and Hela

Thor: THIS Theory States Something Else About The Asgardian Gods’ Fates

Thor, Odin, and Loki in MCU
Thor, Odin, and Loki

Even though Thor and his family are Gods, that doesn’t mean they’re all-powerful. Rather, according to a theory by Redditor InternationalRuin760, they are the complete opposite of it! The user suggests that these gods are restricted to their titles, and so is their future. Therefore, the futures and fates of the Asgardian gods are predetermined based on what they are the gods of. Confused? Let us explain it to you!

The Theory By Redditor InternationalRuin760:

Thor, Loki, and Hela
Thor, Loki, and Hela

This theory means that, even though the Asgardian Gods are powerful, they aren’t powerful enough to escape or change their predetermined fates. For instance, Thor was supposed to take over the throne of Asgard. But could he? No. After all the events of him being unworthy and worthy again, he realized ruling the people of Asgard is a different task altogether. Soon after, he decided to let Valkyrie take over the throne so that he could venture out on other adventures and be what he’s supposed to be: The God of Thunder.

Then we have Loki, the God of Mischief. All of us know and have seen how badly he wanted to be the king. But again, could he? Umm, yes (but only if you consider them to be countable). First, when Thor was declared to be unworthy and sent on Earth and Odin was in Odinsleep. Later, when he disguised himself as Odin while Thor was away. But could he ever rule permanently? No! That’s because his fate is determined by his title. He was and will always be mischievous. That’s what his fate is.

The same is the case with Hela, Thor, and Loki’s half-sister. She’s the Goddess of Death. Even though she ruled for a while but was overthrown by Thor, Loki, and Valkyrie. But Odin, he is meant to be the King. He’s the King of War and Wisdom. He has the combination of a strategic mind and the strength of judgment, something that a good ruler should have.

So, if you see, this theory does make some sense. What do you think?

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