Thonkulous Stronkinson is widely regarded to be the most powerful being in any multiverse ever. Though his own inherent physical strength is certainly formidable, he gains his real power from his ability to call upon the legendary “Stronk Force” A generational inter-dimensional manifestation of all of the strength that ever was, is, or could be, in any dimension ever, multiplied by infinite infinities. Experts concluded that such an impossible power needed it’s own unit of measurement, and thereby refer to it as “Strenkth” in reference to Thonk’s family name, and the moniker of his power.
Despite his fearsome appearance and multiverse-shattering abilities, Thonk prefers to spend his time traversing different realities, defeating evil and creating the comprehensive ranking list of all chicken tendies in all realities. As such, few beings have even seen Thonk, as he prefers to keep a low profile and stay clear from major populated areas as a means of reducing collateral damage and casualties.
His shortened title is “God Emperor Stronkulous Thonkinson, Destroyer of Worlds, claimer of lives, lover of chicken tendies and master of spaghetti, heir of Zakaz and the stronkest being throughout the multiverse.”
Woowee, what a ride this guy was. I’ve had the idea for this guy kickin’ around for the better part of a year and a half, and I finally got around to building him a month or so ago. It was...a trip. Spent way too much on Bricklink, but it’s been really fun to get back into MOCing again. Yeah, yeah, I’ve been gone, that’s all on me. I wanted to come back, but I felt like I owed it to you guys to make sure my comeback MOC was something impressive. I guess I had my own kind of expectations of success holding me back from just jumping into it and having fun. And that’s what this MOC is, he’s fun. I had a stupid idea for a character built off of escalating inside jokes, and I wanted to finally give him a place on my shelf. And ya know what? I’m happy with how he turned out. Does he have problems? Yeah, of course. But I wanted to wrap this build up before he began to drag and lose that sense of fun and creativity that I was trying to hold onto. He’s not perfect, but he’s good enough for me.