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   universe = [[Marvel Universe]]
   universe = [[Marvel Universe]]
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| real_name = Tyr
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| real_name = Tyr
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| identity = The general public of Earth believes Tyr to be a mythological character; otherwise public
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| aliases = None
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| aliases = None
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| identity = Believed fictional by general Earth populace
| occupation = God of war
| occupation = God of war
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| place_of_birth = The realm of [[Asgard]]
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| citizenship = [[Asgardians|Asgardian]]
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| groups = Gods of Asgard
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| place_of_birth = [[Asgard]]
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| citizenship = Asgard
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| relatives = [[Tiwaz|Buri]] (Tiwaz, great-grandfather); [[Bor]] (grandfather, deceased); [[Bestla]] (grandmother, deceased); [[Odin]] (father, deseaced); [[Frigga]] (mother); [[Balder]], [[Hermod]] (brothers); [[Thor (Thor Odinson)|Thor]], [[Vidar]] (half-brothers); [[Loki]] (step-brother); [[Ve]], [[Vili]] (uncles, deceased); [[Hoder]] (cousin); [[Mimir]] (granduncle)
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| education =  
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| groups = [[Asgardians|Gods of Asgard]]
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| relatives = None
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| education = Unrevealed
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| height = 6’7”
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| height = 6'7"
| weight = 510 lbs.
| weight = 510 lbs.
| eyes = Blue
| eyes = Blue
| hair = Black
| hair = Black
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| powers = Tyr possesses the conventional superhuman physical atributes of an Asgardian male ("god");  however he can lift 35 tons while the average Asgardian male can lift 30 tons.
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| powers = As well as possessing the superhuman abilities shared by all the Gods of Asgard, Tyr can lift 35 tons which is more than the average Asgardian male
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| abilities = As the Asgardian "god" of war, Tyr is a master at unarmed combat and of the use all forms of Asgardian weaponry.
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| abilities = Tyr, being the god of war, is not only a master at unarmed combat but also in using all forms of Asgardian weaponry as well
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| weapons = Tyr can weild almost any native weapon of Asgard.
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| weapons = Swords, spears, shields and other Asgardian weaponry.
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| paraphernalia =  
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| paraphernalia = None
| debut = Journey Into Mystery #85 (1962)
| debut = Journey Into Mystery #85 (1962)
| origin =  
| origin =  
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bio_text= A valiant defender of [[Asgard]], Tyr had lost his left hand while binding [[Fenris]], the wolf god, before the mighty [[Thor (Thor Odinson)|Thor]] was born. However, he has rebelled against [[Odin]] because of his bitterness towards Thor's superiority. Tyr has also fought against [[Surtur]], the fire demon, and [[Seth]], the Heliopolitan God of death, in the defense of Asgard. Because of the events of Ragnarok, Tyr suffered the same fate that befell the rest of the [[Asgardians]].
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Before [[Thor (Thor Odinson)|Thor]] was born, Tyr has been valiant defender of [[Asgard]] who lost his left hand while binding [[Fenris]], the wolf godn  Bitter about Thor's preeminence, Tyr engaged in rebellion against [[Odin]]. Subsequently, Tyr fought against [[Surtur]], the fire demon, and [[Seth]], the Heliopolitan God of death, in the defense of Asgard.
 
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Because of the events of Ragnarok, Tyr is believed to have suffered the same fate that befell the rest of the [[Asgardians]].
 
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After the return of Thor, Tyr was reborn and reunited with the rest of his Asgardian brethren within the halls of fabled Asgard. While mainly keeping to themselves, he and his brothers recently came under attack by a power-mad [[Green Goblin (Norman Osborn)|Norman Osborn]]. Osborn's goal was to eliminate the threat of Asgard from Earth, and it was foretold that Tyr would die in the battle. Nearly giving in to his inevitable fall, he chose to deny the prophecy and fight on. Battered and bruised, Tyr stood by the side of [[Balder]] as he rallied the troops to expel the interlopers from their fallen kingdom.
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[[category:Gods]]
[[category:Gods]]
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[[category:Deceased]]
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[[category:Thor]]

Current revision as of 19:57, 12 May 2011

 

Universe
Marvel Universe

Real Name
Tyr

Aliases
None

Identity
Believed fictional by general Earth populace

Citizenship
Asgardian

Place of Birth
Asgard

First Appearance
Journey Into Mystery #85 (1962)

A valiant defender of Asgard, Tyr had lost his left hand while binding Fenris, the wolf god, before the mighty Thor was born. However, he has rebelled against Odin because of his bitterness towards Thor's superiority. Tyr has also fought against Surtur, the fire demon, and Seth, the Heliopolitan God of death, in the defense of Asgard. Because of the events of Ragnarok, Tyr suffered the same fate that befell the rest of the Asgardians.


After the return of Thor, Tyr was reborn and reunited with the rest of his Asgardian brethren within the halls of fabled Asgard. While mainly keeping to themselves, he and his brothers recently came under attack by a power-mad Norman Osborn. Osborn's goal was to eliminate the threat of Asgard from Earth, and it was foretold that Tyr would die in the battle. Nearly giving in to his inevitable fall, he chose to deny the prophecy and fight on. Battered and bruised, Tyr stood by the side of Balder as he rallied the troops to expel the interlopers from their fallen kingdom.



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