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"E.. A... T... M... O... R... E... K... I... B... B... L... E... T... H... U... L... H... U..." huh, okay, let's put them together, and make appropriate edits, "EAT... MORE... KIBBLETHULU...? ... a crummy commercial? Son of a priestess!"
plays sad hulk song as he walks away, heading out to face the world again... wiser
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(Kibblethulhu is part of this complete balanced breakfast. Remember, spawnlings, send in 3 proof of purchase runes to receive your FREE! R'lyeh Sekrit Decoder Ring.)
Personally, I prefer Shub-Muesliggurath. It keeps you regular!ly shaking and drooling with cosmic horror
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Posted this elsewhere, but figured it deserves to be here, too, and maybe Carl’s house of respite:
And, possibly, educational.
Speaking of educational! This isn’t:
So, according to this, the god Thor (sorry, I don’t have actual stats online, though I’m sure you can find them; his printed strength is 98, though, with his belt, meaning it’s 49 without) can lift (with his belt) as a light load, 6,533,600 lbs. (so, a small bridge, but not a tugboat), or as a medium load 13,107,200 lbs. (so a 300’ tall rocket launch tower, but not the Eiffel Tower), or as a heavy load 19,660,800 lbs. (so a destroyer, frigate, space shuttle, or large submarine; but neither a Capitol ship or unloaded freighter). He can drag up to 98 million lbs. (98,304,000 to be exact; so a large bridge, cruise ship, or freighter ship; but still out of luck for the Empire State Building).
From this we can gather that Tighten (from Megamind) is stronger than Thor with Thor’s belt on. Also, old age (personified by illusion magic as a giant cat in Norse mythology) weighs north of 19 million pounds, but less than 98.3 million.
Also that Atlas is a colossal+ creature with a strength of approximately 349 (I may have miscounted somewhere, but this is what I get for using head numbers not writing stuff down; I presumed that “colossal+” was the same x16 carrying capacity as colossal, but as I don’t have the magazine with me in which colossal+ was introduced, I’unno; a medium creature would require 369 - heyo, internet number - strength instead). If Atlas was a standard “huge” titan, he’d need a strength of 359 instead.
As an aside, we can confirm that Tighten (again, from Megamind) has a strength less than 349 as we can see the weights he struggles with (like the Empire State Building - or whatever that building was).
Now, fortified with pointless knowledge, you may go forth and conquer!
(Please note: all calculations for Thor may be off - he might be larger than medium. If so, ooooooops. I said I’m not looking at stuff, dang it!)