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Gruenhilda

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| powers = Gruenhilda possesses the conventional attributes of an Asgardian woman ("goddess"). Like all Asgardians, she is extremely long-lived (although not immortal like the [[Olympians]]), superhumanly strong (the average Asgardian female can lift about 25 tons), immune to all diseases, and resistant to conventional injury (Asgardian flesh and bone is about 3 times as dense as similar human tissue, contributing to all Asgardians' superhuman strength and weight). Asgardian metabolism gives Gruenhilda far greater endurance than humans during all physical activities.
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| powers = Gruenhilda possesses the conventional attributes of an Asgardian woman ("goddess"). Like all Asgardians, she is extremely long-lived (although not immortal like the [[Olympians]]), superhumanly strong (the average Asgardian female can lift about 25 tons), immune to all diseases, and resistant to conventional injury (Asgardian flesh and bone is about three times as dense as similar human tissue, contributing to all Asgardians' superhuman strength and weight). Asgardian metabolism gives Gruenhilda far greater endurance than humans during all physical activities.
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| abilities = Gruenhilda is a skilled warrior, excelling in both armed and unarmed combat, and she is knowledgeable in Asgardian magic
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| abilities = Gruenhilda is a skilled warrior, excelling in both armed and unarmed combat, and she is knowledgeable in Asgardian magic.
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| weapons = Gruenhilda wields an enchanted sword enabling her to teleport and camouflage herself in a variety of disguises
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| weapons = Gruenhilda wields an enchanted sword enabling her to teleport and camouflage herself in a variety of disguises.
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| paraphernalia = Gruenhilda wears Asgardian armor  
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| paraphernalia = Gruenhilda wears Asgardian armor.
| debut = Thunderstrike #1 (2011)  
| debut = Thunderstrike #1 (2011)  
| origin = Unrevealed  
| origin = Unrevealed  
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bio_text= Gruenhilda was tasked to instruct [[Thunderstrike (Kevin Masterson)|Kevin Masterson]] how to properly wield the [[Thunderstrike (mace)|Thunderstrike]] mace by the goddesses [[Sif]] and [[Hecara]] after [[Captain America (Steve Rogers)|Steve Rogers]] gave it to the boy. Kevin's father was owed a debt of gratitude by the [[Asgardians]] for his courage and honor by first merging with, then briefly replacing [[Thor (Thor Odinson)|Thor]] after the thunder god was banished. When Thor returned, [[Odin]] created the Thunderstrike mace, gave it to Kevin's father, and he became the hero [[Thunderstrike (Eric Masterson)|Thunderstrike]] whose final act was to sacrifice himself to save the world. Now that the mantle had passed from father to son, the debt could be repaid.  
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bio_text= [[image:Acotilletta2--Hilda_Grune.jpg|left|125px|thumb|As Hilda Grune]]Gruenhilda was tasked to instruct [[Thunderstrike (Kevin Masterson)|Kevin Masterson]] how to properly wield the [[Thunderstrike (mace)|Thunderstrike]] mace by the [[Asgardians|Asgardian]] goddesses [[Sif]] and [[Hecara]] after [[Captain America (Steve Rogers)|Steve Rogers]] gave it to the boy; the Asgardians felt Kevin's father was owed a debt of gratitude for his courage and honor by first merging with, then briefly replacing [[Thor (Thor Odinson)]] after the thunder god was banished. When Thor returned, [[Odin]] created the Thunderstrike mace, gave it to Kevin's father, and he became the hero [[Thunderstrike (Eric Masterson)]] whose final act was to sacrifice himself to save the world. Now that the mantle had passed from father to son, the debt could be repaid.
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[[image:Acotilletta2--Hilda_Grune.jpg|left|150px|thumb|As Hilda Grune]]
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On Earth, Gruenhilda found Kevin just as he was attacked by the Spartans strike force of the sports mogul [[Mann, Adam|Adam Mann]]. They were trying to secure the mace for their employer who sought to steal its power. Although a valiant warrior, Gruenhilda could not prevent them from taking the mace, but she saved Kevin's life and the life of his adoptive-father, Bobby Steele. Staying with Kevin in an adopted civilian identity of Hilda Grune, they infiltrated Mann's home to retrieve the mace, and Gruenhilda led the attack against [[Mangog]] after the demon was accidentally summoned through Mann's Mysticator; a machine meant to supply him with God Force by siphoning the power of ancient artifacts. Gruenhilda was not powerful enough to defeat the beast, but she saved Kevin from being devoured by it. Fighting side-by-side with the [[Avengers]] to prevent Mangog from destroying New York City, she helped Kevin (as Thunderstrike) and Thor exile the creature elsewhere. Afterward, Gruenhilda was with Kevin as he challenged the [[Rhino (Aleksei Sytsevich)]] to a rematch.  
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Gruenhilda traveled to Earth and found Kevin just as he was attacked by the Spartans strike force of the sports mogul [[Mann, Adam|Adam Mann]]. They were trying to secure the mace for their employer who sought to steal its power. Although a valiant warrior, Gruenhilda could not prevent them from taking the mace, but she did save Kevin's life and the life of his adoptive-father, Bobby Steele. She stayed with Kevin, adopting the civilian identity Hilda Grune, eventually infiltrating Mann's home to retrieve the mace, and led the attack against [[Mangog]] after the demon was summoned through Mann's Mysticator. Gruenhilda was not powerful enough to defeat the beast, but she did save Kevin from being devoured by it. She then fought side-by-side with the [[Avengers]] to prevent Mangog from destroying New York City and helped Thunderstrike and Thor exile the creature elsewhere. Afterward, Gruenhilda remained by Kevin's side even as he challenged the [[Rhino (Aleksei Sytsevich)|Rhino]] to a rematch.
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Current revision as of 06:05, 28 June 2012

 

Universe
Marvel Universe

Real Name
Gruenhilda

Aliases
Hilda Grune, "Grunny"

Identity
Secret

Citizenship
Asgard

Place of Birth
Asgard

First Appearance
Thunderstrike #1 (2011)

Origin
Unrevealed

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As Hilda Grune
Gruenhilda was tasked to instruct Kevin Masterson how to properly wield the Thunderstrike mace by the Asgardian goddesses Sif and Hecara after Steve Rogers gave it to the boy; the Asgardians felt Kevin's father was owed a debt of gratitude for his courage and honor by first merging with, then briefly replacing Thor (Thor Odinson) after the thunder god was banished. When Thor returned, Odin created the Thunderstrike mace, gave it to Kevin's father, and he became the hero Thunderstrike (Eric Masterson) whose final act was to sacrifice himself to save the world. Now that the mantle had passed from father to son, the debt could be repaid.


On Earth, Gruenhilda found Kevin just as he was attacked by the Spartans strike force of the sports mogul Adam Mann. They were trying to secure the mace for their employer who sought to steal its power. Although a valiant warrior, Gruenhilda could not prevent them from taking the mace, but she saved Kevin's life and the life of his adoptive-father, Bobby Steele. Staying with Kevin in an adopted civilian identity of Hilda Grune, they infiltrated Mann's home to retrieve the mace, and Gruenhilda led the attack against Mangog after the demon was accidentally summoned through Mann's Mysticator; a machine meant to supply him with God Force by siphoning the power of ancient artifacts. Gruenhilda was not powerful enough to defeat the beast, but she saved Kevin from being devoured by it. Fighting side-by-side with the Avengers to prevent Mangog from destroying New York City, she helped Kevin (as Thunderstrike) and Thor exile the creature elsewhere. Afterward, Gruenhilda was with Kevin as he challenged the Rhino (Aleksei Sytsevich) to a rematch.


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