“Listen well, mortals. True strength is not revealed by the outcome of a struggle. Consider that we gods have power that far outstrips yours. If a powerful being smites one who cannot hope to resist... What can we learn from this outcome? Nothing. We have power, but not true strength. You two wagered everything on a dim hope. You sacrificed yourselves, railing against fate with all your might. That is true strength. I respect it. I value it.”
In contrast to her companion Loki, Thórr is more serious and sticks to her duty. She looks down on Loki for her disruptive behavior, showing no qualms about reporting her to her superior. She also differs from Loki in that she seems to think rather highly of mortals, as several of her exchanges between them were about their differing opinions on humanity, with Thórr often telling Loki not to belittle them.
Thórr has an appreciation for strong warriors. In particular, mortals who are able to achieve true strength all on their own fascinate her, something she envies compared to the power she possesses.