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Like all other Asgardians, Odin was extremely long lived and aged at a much slower pace than humans, but was not immortal in the same sense as some other races of gods who ceased to age upon reaching adulthood.  Odin was highly resistant to physical injury and he couldn't die under conventional circumstances.  It would take an injury that resulted in a spreading of a significant portion of his bodily molecules over a great distance, thus preventing the mystical lifeforce common to all Asgardians from regenerating areas essential to his survival, to cause him to physically die.  The tissues of Odin's body; his flesh, bone, and muscle possessed about three times the density of the tissue of a human body.  This helped to contribute to Odin's superhuman strength and weight.  Odin's advanced musculature generated considerably less lactic acids than the musculature of human beings, granting him superhuman levels of stamina in all physical activities.
Like all other Asgardians, Odin was extremely long lived and aged at a much slower pace than humans, but was not immortal in the same sense as some other races of gods who ceased to age upon reaching adulthood.  Odin was highly resistant to physical injury and he couldn't die under conventional circumstances.  It would take an injury that resulted in a spreading of a significant portion of his bodily molecules over a great distance, thus preventing the mystical lifeforce common to all Asgardians from regenerating areas essential to his survival, to cause him to physically die.  The tissues of Odin's body; his flesh, bone, and muscle possessed about three times the density of the tissue of a human body.  This helped to contribute to Odin's superhuman strength and weight.  Odin's advanced musculature generated considerably less lactic acids than the musculature of human beings, granting him superhuman levels of stamina in all physical activities.
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Universe
Marvel Universe

Real Name
Odin

Aliases
All-Father, Woden, Wotan, Wulf the Wanderer, Orrin, Atum-Re, Infinity, Farma-god, Hanga-god, Hapta-god, Harbard, One-Eye, Sigtyr, Val-Father, Wad

Identity
Secret

Citizenship
Realm of Asgard

Place of Birth
Asgard

First Appearance
Journey Into Mystery #85

Origin
Journey Into Mystery #87; Thor Annual #5, 11; Thor #294, 349

Odin is considered a father to the gods. Leader of Asgard, Odin is the father to Vidar and the mighty thunder god Thor. Odin is also the stepfather to the deceitful Loki.



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durability

 

energy

 

fighting

 

intelligence

 

speed

 

strength