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Mangog (Marvel)

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2013-02-21 01:36:18 aaronmoish Alias Mangog Mangog (Marvel)
2011-03-24 06:21:16 Cononach Alias Mangog (Asgardian) Mangog
2010-07-31 20:27:00 rwe1138 Powers God
2008-02-24 14:25:59 misterpace Bio Mangog, or "The Mangog" as it originally referred to itself, is the sum total of the hatred of a billion billion beings that were once killed by the ruler of Asgard and the Norse Gods, Odin. Imprisoned deep beneath Asgard, Mangog is accidentally freed by the Rock Troll Ulik, and goes on to wage war against Odin and the other Norse Gods on several occasions. Mangog proves to be physically unstoppable, and is usually only defeated by exploiting Mangog's dependence on psychic energies (such as hatred, fear, or feelings of devotion) felt by other sentient beings to sustain itself. Without such a source, Mangog shrinks to near nothingness. While usually acting independently, Mangog also assists the Titan Thanos in a quest for universal domination, but is ultimately stopped by the Thunder God Thor. Thor eventually ends the threat of Mangog entirely: having inherited the Odin Force, Thor simply dissolves an attacking Mangog with a wave of his hand. Mangog, like all the Asgardian monsters, has not been seen since the destruction of Asgard.
2007-08-26 12:15:48 DrNick201 New Character


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