" @RightScar said:No my statement is right period."The fact is: You're statement is half right (Longgevity) and half (at this point) hopelessly inaccurate (stamina). "
@PowerHerc said:Okay. The one I have is the OHOTMU: A-Z, HC vol.12 (2009). Either way, mine or yours, Thor is still subject to aging.And the fact remains Hercules only has better longevity than Thor..not better stamina.
It is that you can't detach longevity and stamina because if someone asked you what Thor's stamina was they are asking how long he can perform at his peak without tiring...not how long he can go without tiring thousands of years from now.
And when the millenia go by and the effects of the apples wear off, then, technically, Thor will begin to age and weaken. Thus I'm still right and you're still wrong.
It's not that I can't detach longevity and stamina. It's that, in this case, they shouldn't be because they're relationship is a factor when two characters can fight as long as these two can.
It's too bad you're getting sad, though. I hope you cheer up soon."