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Can Captain America lift Mjolnir?

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Can Captain America lift Mjolnir?

Can Captain America lift Mjolnir?

Not only can Captain America lift Thor's hammer, he's able to call down the lightning just as Thor would. It's a huge, cathartic, and historic moment in the history of the MCU, but it's something long familiar to Marvel Comics fans.

Can Thor still lift Mjolnir?

While the circumstances behind being found worthy of lifting the hammer vary, the answer appears to be “no.” Thor appeared just as strong and powerful as he normally does even when he didn't have his hammer.

Could Hulk lift Mjolnir?

The simple answer is no. Yes, Hulk absolutely smashes Thor to the ground with Mjolnir, but, he's holding both Thor and the hammer. Hulk wouldn't have been able to lift Mjolnir by himself, but since the God of Thunder had a firm grip on it as well, he was able to use it as a weapon against his teammate.

Can a Thor pick up Mjolnir from the ground?

As a result, very few characters -- a small handful, in fact -- can even claim to have successfully tried to lift up Mjolnir from the ground. Of course, we all know that Thor can lift it up as Mjolnir is the Norse God's signature weapon of choice, but there are a select few others who can do the same.

Who are the characters who have not lifted Mjolnir?

Just one note before we begin: We're only counting cases where characters have lifted Mjolnir itself and not a copy, so that leaves out characters like Storm, Hercules, and Deadpool. And Odin was the one who had hammer made and designed its rules, so we're not including him, either.

Who is worthy to wield Mjolnir in Thor?

Thor has since replaced Mjolnir with the Stormbreaker ax (his Thanos-killing weapon) but it remains to be seen if there might be a way for Thor to be reunited with a restored Mjolnir once more. As the Allfather and ruler of Asgard, Odin Borson is naturally worthy to wield Mjolnir.

Why does Mjolnir prevent any living being from lifting the hammer?

Mjolnir's enchantment is designed to prevent any living being from lifting the hammer unless they're worthy. But as it turns out, the "living being" part can serve as a convenient loophole in the right circumstances.

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