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  1. Key is “a” gravity gun. They have single gravity gun and from my experience, identical twins could never decide who gets to use it peacefully. Robot doesn’t need to do much because twins would fight each other.

  2. Robot beats twins, identical or otherwise.
    Mew-Mew beats gravity gun. As seen in Thor 2, Mew-Mew can maneuver quickly, do it can destroy or negate the gravity gun, leaving the robot to best the creepy twins for ever…and ever…and ever…

  3. The identical twins definitely win. Mostly because most robots are unworthy and would never even be able to lift Thor’s hammer. So the gravity gun manned by the twins would make easy work of the robot.

  4. I love this question so much! My first visual of this fight was an Ultron-esque robot with a cape flapping in the wind behind him on top of a snow-covered mountain, massive hammer clutched tightly in his left fist. In the foreground, we see two young men, physically fit in their mid-twenties climbing over boulders, their fur-lined parkas pulled close against the arctic chill. Strapped loosely to the back of the trailing twin is a futuristic looking blaster-rifle with the words Graviton 9000 etched in the side. But then I reread the question. There is nothing heroic implied in this question. Nothing that says this is a fair fight, or even a fight with a purpose. This robot is a Roomba roaming the nursery in a sprawling estate in central Pennsylvania. Thor was visiting her good friends the Grawlshanks and she thought it would be amusing to set her hammer on the cleaning drone which then continued its mindless roaming of the second floor of the main house. The twins, of course, are Maddy and Minnie Grawlshank, not yet two, and still confined to cribs in the nursery. They have stumbled upon Dr. Grawlshank’s experimental gravity enhancing gun. Of course, at some point while passing the ray back and forth one of them will figure out how to activate the switch, temporarily increasing the gravitational fields surrounding the unsuspecting sweeper, crushing it to little bits under the enhanced weight of Mjolnir. That is just the way I see it going down, your personal interpretation of the question will undoubtedly vary, which is what makes questions like this so much fun!

  5. Great visuals! :)
    now i want to change my answer! i think the twins win as well, because the robot may be armed with Thor’s Hammer… but it’s holding it unmovable on the ground the entire fight cause robots are not worthy to wield it (unless they have an infinity gem stuck in their head, which i’m guessing it does not)

  6. Robot wins. Why? The brief description says that it is -armed- with Mjolner. That suggests that it is actually wielding the hammer and not merely having it in it’s possession, which would also mean that it is worthy to do so. A worthy robot must be a fierce combatant and/or able to lift really heavy objects. With this incredible strength it can handily win the fight.

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