JackStamper member 5pts Now this is a way to end the story! Thor sacrificing himself for every god in existence, in turn being prayed to by every god, and even though him attaining the necrosoward seemed a bit sporadic, the ending was all in all unexpectedly good! I also kinda liked that Gorrs child (and possibly his wife) were never real, and just other creatures he created...which makes them living next to him for so long much more reasonable. And in the end, Gorr was defeated by his doubts, while Thor used his as a means of: "Well, then I guess I have to be better"-motivation.Finally, we get some bookendings here: Thor leads the homeless gods to the godless planet he visited. Nice! Although...this still leaves MANY questions, on how this god-being really works. Was there ever an answer, on how the gods receive the prayers? On why there is a pantheon for every group of people?Also timetravel: We get a magic reset button in time travel-induced amnesia, letting Thor forget the other Thors, as soon as they leave. Erm...and the other gods? Do they forget the additional Thors as well? Or what happened here all together? This doesn't really tie everything together...but I guess it's cleaner than most time travel.All in all a storyline with faults and problems, but ultimately a good one. It's a bit like the grand tales from the past: Epic works, where you simply sometimes have to turn of your brain and just enjoy the ride.