He is second only to Pumpatron in the strength of his slams. In order to train, Thrusticle is fond of attaching a five-hundred-feet long, lance-like beam to his groin that is made of uranium, and then slamming as quickly as he is able. His record for consecutive slams is four-thousand-and-twenty.

Thrusticle's favorite literary genre is murder-mystery. He will often read such a book from cover to cover in one sitting, especially if the author is Dunkum Weedlebarr, famous for Who Killed Dewey Blorp?, which remained on the Finnish Laaviktaaauirkisitta Bestsellers list for three years. Sometimes, Thrusticle has asked his fellow Neo Slam Gods to reenact a murder scene from a preferred book so he may try to solve the case. This has not been complied with yet.

Thrusticle's claim to fame is, during the McDoogle Battle, having slammed down the seemingly impregnable doors protecting the enemy.

Ultimate Techniques

Z-Private Unintelligible Rod
MegaDog Grouchy Knees
E. X. Angel Hard Butt

The Religion of Slam
Slam Gods
Original Slam Gods
Neo Slam Gods
Dark Slam Gods
Apocryphal Slam Gods

Other Slam Gods

Pumpatron Jamboree Ramrod Thrusticle Jackbiggu Crashcombo
Shadowslam Wrigguhlromm Negabomb Damndeeder Ultraminus Badend
FUBU Perkele Slam Fraud Slam Freud Whall Max Fantastick
Neon Slam Gods 灶GOLD王—GOD食 Godlin
Cramtacular Giga Jammer Grand Slam
Related Deities Dark Mals DEATHBOONER Son of Slam The Drummer
Slam Arts Giga G-Hrony Cram Flexbeam A Blaze in the Northern Sky
Muscle Force
Slamming Devices Slam Bomb
Historical Slams Slam vs. Ram Conflict
Texts and Media Book of Slams The Cyclopedia of Devil "Mystic Slam" SLAM SHACK
"Slam Ram" Slamon and Crashfunkel Dante May Dump: The Hit Tv Series
Basil Gorgeous's Compendium of Ramming Organs in the Divine Slamdom
Scholars Diplo Basil Gorgeous Jacopo Pumppano