Loki X Reader: Parallel 1Loki X Reader: Parallel 13 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Luke stood in front of your house, straightening his tie and worrying about whether or not he was dressed too formally. He patted the box in his pocket, making sure it was there before breathing a sigh of relief. The night was rather chilly, so it was a relief when he heard the sound of your clicking heels growing louder and the door opened. The sight of you stunned him into silence for a few minutes before a breathless "wow" escaped his lips.
You blushed and folded our hands in front of you shyly. "Is it too much?" You spun, letting green fabric rustle across the floor. Your dress had a green bust, green, pleated skirt, a gold belt, and a gold halter strap. "You said formal, but I don't know-"
"It's perfect. I was actually just thinking the same thing, so we can be over-formal together," the words tumbled over each other in a rush from Luke's mouth. He held out his hand with a flash of pearly white teeth. "Now your carriage awaits." Amusement sparkled in his gr
Loki X Reader: Parallel 3Loki X Reader: Parallel 33 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Luke woke up slowly and looked around at his strange surroundings. When he finally had control over his voice again, he demanded, "What's going on here? Where am I?"
"Shut up! Or I'll shut you up." The point of an arrow was shoved in his face. "Around here, prisoners don't speak unless the boss speaks to you."
He couldn't look away from the lethal weapon hovering inches from his face until Clint Barton walked away again. A brief sigh of relief escaped his lips and he tried to cross his arms over his chest, but realized that they were bound to the arms of a chair. 'Dangit.' His thoughts turned to you and your escape. 'I hope (Name) got away.. If she got captured as well, I'm not sure I'd be able to survive.'
The archer shook his head and sneered at Luke, moving to stand guard at the door. Luke star
Loki X Reader: Parallel 7Loki X Reader: Parallel 73 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
A scream tore from your throat when the helmet fell from Luke's head and you could clearly see the shorter hair. "Luke! Oh, God, save him!"
"Oh crap!" Tony aimed toward the falling figure, kicking his repulsor boosters into high gear.
Seconds stretched out into hours for Luke, the world moving in slow motion around him. Instead of falling through the air backwards, green cape billowing up around him, he was holding you in his arms while lying on the couch and watching movies. He was accepting his first award for junior technological achievement of the year. He was walking across the stage to accept his diploma. But most of all, he was meeting you for the first time.
You were carrying trays of food at one of Tony Stark's social events, scraping tips off of sticky tables, wiping booze off the floor,
Loki X Reader: Parallel 8Loki X Reader: Parallel 83 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"What happens when you're not in your own world and somebody dies? Nothing, other than the usual, I expect. What happens when your parallel dies and you're in his world?" Loki held up his hand, forming it into a fist. A low chuckle emanated from his throat. "It's an interesting query, is it not?"
"That it is, sir," Eric Selvig replied while tampering with the Iridium he had acquired.
"Is it about finished?" Loki started pacing impatiently, trying to get his mind off wondering just what had happened to him when Luke died. He suddenly had the desire to go out and do something to occupy his time before the Tesseract could be used. "Never mind, contact me when it is."
"Very good, sir."
Loki emerged from his hideout, despite the risk of being caught by th
Loki X Reader: Parallel 4Loki X Reader: Parallel 43 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Captain America surveyed the scene around him, wondering how Loki could have just vanished into thin air. No one had seen where he had gone, but some reported that what looked to be his twin brother had vanished along with him, seemingly in a flash of blue light. Damage was minimal due to Loki's swift exit, but several witnesses were in shock by what they had seen. Some swore they had recognized the man's face, and a few even had a name to go with that face. Luke Larson.
Fury walked over to the good Cap and handed him a manila envelope. "This is everything we found on the Larson fellow. I remembered the name, so I took the liberty of digging this up myself. He worked for SHIELD for a few years, but transferred to Stark Industries when Tony offered him a bigger paycheck. The man's not Stark or Banner, but he's got a bit of intelligence to his name.
Loki X Reader: Parallel 2Loki X Reader: Parallel 23 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"Did you get enough to eat?"
"If I eat one more bite, I will explode," you reply while rubbing your stomach. "It was too delicious to stop."
A chuckle emanated from Luke's throat and he reached over to take your hand. "Only the best for you, my dear. It's all worth it, because I love you." He stopped walking and turned to face you, right in front of the museum. Your mind started automatically recording details about the night, not wanting to ever forget. The moon was waning, the stars were partially hidden by the moon, the air was cool without being cold
Heat spread through your cheeks. "I love you too, Luke. I have for a long time."
"I know; I just like reminding you." Fingers brushed softly over your cheek and you both leaned in, eyes closing
Loki X Reader: Parallel 15 There was a slight hesitation before his arms fell out from under you and you slid unsupported to the floor. Looking up at him with wide eyes , you finally understood. You licked your lips and stood up. “Sorry, Loki. That was silly of me and I apologize. Luke, I know you’re in there, I can feel it. Please, come back to me. I miss you so much.” You reached forward and placed your fingertips on Loki’s cheek, stroking it gently and staring into his blue eyes. They were so melancholy…Loki X Reader: Parallel 152 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
‘I was right all along! Luke is there! Loki scares me, but it’ll be worth it when Luke’s back with me,’ you thought. Despite all your claims to want to side with Loki, you had been scared out of your wits the whole time. You hadn’t wanted to go anywhere near the man who looked like your fiancé, but something deep within had told you that Loki was the only way to get to Luke, that Luke wasn
Loki X Reader: Parallel 9Loki X Reader: Parallel 93 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
~Two hours earlier~
Loki had gone back out in public, carrying his staff with him. Clint had just left with Luke, headed for the Empire State Building. He was using Luke as a distraction for SHIELD while he himself took advantage of the opportunity to meditate in peace and talk to the Chitauri. Now he was determined to confront the mortals again and this time, he would succeed in making them all his slaves. He would build himself an army out of mortals, then let the Chitauri come to Earth and complete his reign. It was foolproof.
All major public events had been cancelled due to Loki terrorizing the world, except for one: the Fireman's Ball in upstate New York, which was already in full swing since before Luke's accident. No one there had any idea what had happened due to everyone leaving their phones in purses and jacket pockets by the door. And he
Loki X Reader: Parallel 11Loki X Reader: Parallel 113 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
After delivering you to the SHIELD helicarrier, Steve was called back out to investigate someone who had kidnapped Loki. Natasha led him onto the quinjet and sat in the pilot's seat. "Hang on, Cap. The weather's not looking to good, so it'll be a bumpy ride."
"Yes, ma'am." Steve held onto handholds on the ceiling, his shield hanging on his back.
Minutes later, the quinjet was hovering over the woods where the culprit was according to scans of the area. The sky was covered in clouds, and lightning forked around all sides of them. Looking out the windshield, Steve shook his head. "You said something about Norse mythology and the god of thunder?"
"That man claimed to be Loki, the god of mischief and lies. His brother is Thor, the god of thunder," replied Natasha. Then she mumbled, "What is wrong with
Loki X Reader: Parallel 6Loki X Reader: Parallel 63 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Steve Rogers walked out of the elevator and slowly approached the green-clad figured standing by the safety railing. He didn't want to startle Loki and end up with a scepter through the heart, so he held his shield up in front of his face and circled around, giving the villain a wide berth. Loki didn't even turn to glance at him, even when Steve walked towards him. His green cape snapped behind him in the wind and the golden helmet on his head hid his sleek, black hair from Steve's vision.
"Loki " he was unsure how to continue, but plunged ahead anyway. "You don't have to do this, you know "
He didn't react.
"If you keep trying to take over the world, we will have to take you down. The Avengers I mean."
Loki X Reader: Parallel 12Loki X Reader: Parallel 123 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Almost an hour later, the door to your cell slid open to let Steve in once more. What you didn't expect was for him to be holding your cell phone. "I know Fury banned all contact, but this is an emergency. Theo is Luke's brother, correct?"
"Yes, he is... Why are you asking?" You stood up, worried but wary.
"He's been trying to get a hold of you for hours now, and I feel bad about not letting him talk to you after what's happened.. I know how it feels to lose a brother, so I want you to let him know what happened. He needs someone right now after finding out about Luke," explained Steve. He handed you the phone.
"Thank you, Captain, this actually means a lot to me." You accepted the phone and unlocked it.
Cap was surprised by your calmness, but replie
Loki X Reader: Parallel 10Loki X Reader: Parallel 103 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
The party was nowhere near ending, and people were starting to get a bit tipsy. This didn’t come as a surprise to Loki, who already held mortals in low esteem. That’s why he was surprised when a strangely familiar man passed by, and he turned to watch him walk away in astonishment. Blonde hair shone in the light of the chandelier and blue eyes flashed when the man looked behind him at someone who called his name. “Are you Theo Orson?”
‘This can’t be… Theo Orson? Thor Odinson…’
“Yes, I am. Why do you ask?” a deep voice rumbled.
“You have a message,” the messenger replied before handing Theo a slip of paper.
Loki watched the man walk away and Theo opened the pape
Loki X Reader: Parallel 13Loki X Reader: Parallel 132 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
It was late the next day and you were still asleep when all hell broke loose. You didn’t wake up until the plastic folding chair fell on top of you. “Uhg, wha…?” At first, you believed that it was the just-woken-up feeling, but then you stood up and realized that the helicarrier was listing to one side. Despite your attempts to stand straight, you tumbled across the room and hit the opposite wall. There wasn’t a person in sight through the glass wall, but you could hear screaming and even distant roaring somewhere out of sight. All you could do was stand, helplessly, praying that the helicarrier wasn’t about to drop out of the sky.
‘What in Jotunheim am I doing?’ Loki held up the staff, unable to stop himself. It was as if anther force was moving his hand. The blue glow intensified for a moment before his arm was jerked back by the force of th
Dean Winchester, aka Mother Hen: part 1Dean Winchester, aka Mother Hen: part 12 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
“Gabriel, I don’t want to fight you, but I will if necessary. Do not force my hand.”
A chuckle emanated from the archangel’s throat. “You misunderstand me, Cassie. I’m not trying to fight you.”
Castiel stared at his brother with a confused glare. “I don’t understand. Why did you ask to meet here if you have no conflict with me?”
“I think you’ll find it helpful to look at this specific jig from a different… perspective. Sometimes a fresh point of view is all you need to solve a case.” Gabriel smirked knowingly at Castiel, then raised a hand to snap his fingers.
“What jig? The Winchesters are currently-“ Castiel was suddenly cut off by the snap of Gabe’s fingers followed by a bright flash of yellow and gold light.
Once the illu
Loki X Reader: Parallel 18 Standing a few feet away from the Avengers, you had a good view of Tony as he was startled awake with a gasp and his eyes flew open. He looked around at his friends and said a few things that made them all smile. From where you were standing, the words were unintelligible, but you smiled nonetheless while looking at the sky. Without looking around at the death and destruction in the streets, it was hard to tell anything out of the ordinary had happened. The sky had returned to its usual pale blue, clouds had separated into fluffy white clumps, and the gaping hole had close up. Yes, it certainly did look like just another average day in the Big Apple; that is, until you glanced at the crumbling buildings and broken streets littered with dead or unconscious bodies.Loki X Reader: Parallel 182 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Looking again over to the super humans (and Thor, who looked disturbingly like Theo), you let another smile cross your lips, but this one was sad and lonely. You didn
Loki X Reader: Parallel 19 In pure frustration, you stormed up to the building and slammed your foot against it. The sound of sirens going off covered up the sound of popping joints and startled you into taking a step back on your damaged foot, sending pain shooting to your brain. You turned to flee, but didn’t get far. Tony had been very thorough in the programming of his defense systems to ensure that no trespassers would get away without being dealt with first. A grid of wire had been laid all around the perimeter under the ground: one that would deliver an electric shock with enough voltage to render the victim unconscious when stepped on.Loki X Reader: Parallel 192 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Not even thinking about the security measures Tony would have taken, you took off for the street like a jackrabbit. Just before your foot landed on a wire, a voice called out, “Stop!”
Startled, you whirled around, throwing off your center of balance and falling to th
Loki X Reader: Parallel 14Loki X Reader: Parallel 142 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
After about an hour of lying on your back with string hanging from your fingers, you could hear noises outside of the room and you moved towards the door to get a better listen.
“It is finished, you say? Fantastic, we must put it to use immediately,” Loki’s voice drifted toward you from the crack under the door.
“All that’s left is to put the tesseract in, and it’s probably better to do that once we’re not underground. We don’t want the portal to open up prematurely,” an unfamiliar voice answered.
“Very well. Call the quinjet, it’s time we make our way to the Tower of Stark. I’ll take care of the hostage.” Just before the door opened, you managed to scramble out of the way. “Come, woman, it is time for us to make another exit. I will outline your part in my plan on the way.”
You nodded we
Loki X Reader: Parallel 22 The first thing you noticed, after the black fog of unconsciousness ascended once again, was the odor of wood-smoke and food. The second thing you noticed, once you opened your eyes, was that you were lying on the floor of what seemed to be a one-roomed hut. A fire flared in a pit in the center of the room with a pot hanging over it, but no one was around to tend it. You started to get up, but groaned in pain and lay back down. Your shoulder was extremely sore and stiff from being popped out of socket, and your entire body felt weak. The air outside of the blankets was frigid, so it took a few minutes to gather the will to scoot closer to the fire, driven by a complaining stomach. Dragging the blankets with you, you crawled over and peered into the pot. A heavy stew was beginning to boil vigorously, so you took the ladle in hand and stirred it.Loki X Reader: Parallel 222 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Another quick glance around confirmed that no one was in the hut, but you still felt nerv
Loki X Reader: Parallel 23 “No, your beloved Luke no longer dwells within my mind. He has integrated with my own soul in a way that is irreversible and irritating. I can no more remove him from my being than I can erase his affection for you from my own heart. Damn!” Loki turned away from you in mortification.Loki X Reader: Parallel 232 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
A blush crept over your cheeks and you looked away. “Oh… That explains a lot then…”
Tension settled in, heavy and thick enough that it would require a meat cleaver to cut through. You wracked your brain for something to say, but there’s no social convention for when someone becomes one with your boyfriend after killing him. What were you supposed to do? There would always be that nagging feeling that you should get as far away as possible, but you knew that wasn’t going to happen, not when Loki was now part Luke. This man had committed acts of genocide, yet all you could think
Loki X Reader: Parallel 20 You cautiously walked over to the figure that was lying, prone, on the floor. Bernie watched warily for a moment before her nerves broke and she pressed the button to close the elevator doors. You shook your head, turned back to Loki, and knelt down beside him, reaching out to touch his innocent-looking face. His skin was smooth in the places where battle had not touched it, encouraging you to run your hand over his forehead and down his cheek. He looked just as Luke did whenever he fell asleep with his head in your lap...Loki X Reader: Parallel 202 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Before you could contemplate it further, Loki’s eyes popped open and looked up into yours with a lonely, slightly frightened, gaze. His eyes were a beautiful emerald green, which was so much more attractive than the cold, icy blue they had been the last time you looked into them. He blinked and looked around before staring into your eyes once more.
“...(Name)? This is quite the relief waking u
Loki X Reader: Parallel 24 Jotunheim was actually a very beautiful place if you could get past the freezing cold temperatures and the homicidal giants. The lights in the sky shone with every color of the human rainbow and more, captivating any who set their gaze upon it. Loki was sitting on a solid block of ice to wait for the arrival of the frost giants, watching the sky with a wistful gaze. He had full confidence in his magic abilities to protect himself if it came to a fight, but he sincerely wished to avoid that. It wasn’t long before a group of seven Jotuns came barreling up the hill, following what appeared to be Jotunheim’s version of a bloodhound. Rather than turn tail and run as the giants expected him to, Loki stood to greet his pursuers.Loki X Reader: Parallel 242 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
“Brothers, it feels good to be home.” A smile crossed his face as he talked.
“Loki Laufeyson, you are not welcome on Jotunheim,” replied the man who seemed to be in charge.
“Ah, but that is not quit
Dean Winchester, aka Mother Hen: part 2Dean Winchester, aka Mother Hen: part 22 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Dean’s gaze shifted from the toddler in his arms to the jacket Sam was holding and back to the toddler. “Castiel?”
“Yeah!” Cas’ little face brightened and he hugged Dean around the neck.
Sam frowned and raised his eyebrows in confusion, shrugging when Dean turned to him for help. He set the coat down on Dean’s... and Castiel’s.. bed, then noticed the lollipop still sitting on the dresser. “Dean, who do we know that’s obsessed with sweets?”
Castiel raised his hand. “Me! I like candy!”
“Why don’t you go take a shower or something?” Dean set Castiel down on the floor, but he pouted and clutched Dean’s boxer shorts.
“I don’t wanna… I wanna get pancakes!”
“Cas,” Dean g