Thrud is a gentle goddess who, according to myth, possesses both the kindness and strength of her father, Thor. She is revered as the goddess of willows, trees, flowers, and grass and possesses many extraordinary powers, including the ability to travel through time, read people's dreams, and predict the future.
Thrud first appears in Asgard in God of War Ragnarok after Atreus arrives, and the two get along well, with Thrud even sharing her desire to become a Valkyrie. Thrud carries two blades with her, which she can imbue with lightning to wreak havoc on her enemies.
God of War Ragnarok has an incredibly satisfying ending, much like its 2018 predecessor, but it doesn't quite wrap things up as definitively as some fans may have been anticipating. The conclusion of God of War Ragnarok leaves many unresolved issues.
Kratos is never actually given access to Thor's hammer in God of War Ragnarok, but Mjolnir's new owner might give players access to the item in a later game. In God of War Ragnarok, players are never given the chance to use Thor's hammer Mjolnir.
Thrud, the adored daughter of the Aesir god, is seen taking possession of Mjolnir after the somber death of Thor in the final scene of GoW Ragnarok. During Atreus' stay in Asgard, Thrud Thorsdottir proves to be a devoted friend.
Playing as Thrud could result in players holding Mjolnir in the follow-up to GoW Ragnarok rather than the murderous Thor or watching Kratos steal his hammer. The noble goddess possesses both her father's lightning and fighting prowess.