For the first time in Marvel Studios history, a character in the MCU has gotten a fourth chapter. ‘Thor: Love and Thunder‘ has come with a metal flair. Chris Hemsworth and Taika Waititi are back for the first time since 2017 to bring the new-age Ragnarok vibes to the big screen.

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Thor: Love and Thunder‘ has received mixed reviews, including buzzwords such as “colourful,” “hilarious,” and “adventure.” The anticipation for this film has been great, since ‘Thor: Ragnarok‘ is revered by Marvel fans of all degrees. Fans who enjoyed Waititi’s first Marvel Studios production will most likely be delighted with this sequel.

As suggested by the headline, we will discuss character details and we will discuss plot points in the film. Spoilers lie ahead. You have been warned.

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The council of Gods

Zeus is the ruler of Omnipotence City, a planet teeming with gods from all across the universe. ‘Love and Thunder’ demonstrate that the gods are similar to those seen in ‘Moon Knight‘s council. They gather for these god council sessions, presided over by Zeus, to discuss the fate of the planets they rule over.

This planet is home to numerous gods with diverse connections to the larger Marvel universe. For a bit of rock, paper, scissors humour, Korg’s Kronan God is pictured sitting on a throne of scissors. Bao, the God of Dumplings, is shown to be nothing more than a living dumpling. Mayan and Aztec gods are depicted, which could be important in understanding the origins of Namor, who appears to be closely tied to those cultures and is slated to debut in ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.’

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Artemis God, Elche Goddess, Maori Goddess, Minerva, Goddess of the Dead, Jademurai God, Fur God, and the Dancing God are among the other gods mentioned in this sequence of gods.

Rapu – the God

The god Rapu, who is worshipped by Gorr, played by Christian Bale, at the beginning of the film before being slain by the Necrosword, is not present during the council meeting but is essential to the plot. Actor Jonny Brugh plays Rapu in the film.

The two characters first meet at the beginning of the film, when the God Butcher discovers an oasis in the middle of the desert.

Gorr questions Rapu about why his god abandoned his people. The deity then responds that he is uninterested in mankind and that there will always be more to revere him.

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Gorr taunts Rapu, which enrages the deity, who then grabs the human by the throat, trying to suffocate him. The Necrosword picks Gorr before he can, corrupting him and allowing him to stab the deity in the throat.

Rapu, according to Zeus, is a lower-level god of little importance, therefore his egoism and arrogance make sense. Aside from that, not much is known about the God.