Appearing in "To Kill a Thunder God!"Edit
Synopsis for "To Kill a Thunder God!"Edit
Thor stops to examine the Stones to make sure none are lost. Loki then uses that moment to strike. He causes a renegade hunter to see Thor and knocks him out with an anesthetic shell. Loki then causes Asgardian relics to be found around the hunter's camp. This causes the hunter to go off looking for more treasure. He is then led by Loki to the Temple of Darkness, where he discovers the Destroyer. Thor wakes up and follows, and discovers that the hunter's life force has activated the Destroyer. Thor begins attacking, but realizes the Destroyer can also lift Mjolnir. Loki, watching, realizes that he has outdone himself. If the Destroyer kills Thor, then Odin will surely take a terrible vengeance. He goes to wake Odin, but the guards prevent him from entering. The Destroyer relentlessly attacks Thor, then molecularly traps him in the floor. Loki is trapped in the Dungeon of No Escape, unable to do anything, while the Destroyer fires a bolt of elemental destructive force at the trapped Thor.
Appearing in "The Crimson Hand!"Edit
Synopsis for "The Crimson Hand!"Edit
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