Avengers: FrostMy breath fogged up the window as I breathed. It wasn't cold, it was July in New York City, and I was on the thirteenth floor of my apartment building. I had woken up with the same nightmare I'd been having for the past month. Giant ships crossing the skies, buildings exploding, evil maniacal laughter, and fire. Lots of fire.
I looked at my palms and breathed on them slowly, trying to calm myself down. My long porcelain fingers were burning, I must've come down with another fever. My immune system must be pretty damn weak. I slowly walked to the door and into the hallway, gosh it was hotter out here then in my room. I crept over to the bathroom quietly, so as not to wake up my "father". I turned on the light in the bathroom and stared at myself in the mirror. My ice blue eyes were still red from tears, sweat was dripping off my snow-like skin and dyed black hair was fading again. I dyed it so people didn't think I was albino, even though I thought I was. Being an albino classifies you
Stitched Up (1/?)Steve left the diner feeling happier than he had in a long time. He had been wandering through a new part of town, when he had found this old diner with a little old lady, Delia, who ran it. He'd settled in a booth, nostalgia washing over him as he thought of the Diner he frequented in Brooklyn , back before the serum made him a super soldier. He had been reading the menu, quietly wondering why he didn't go out to eat by himself more often, when Delia had come to take his order and promptly dropped her notepad, gushing about how she remembered watching one of the Captain America shows when she was younger. Steve had signed a napkin for her, and, when closing time came around, hung around for about an hour afterwards so they could sit and talk without Delia having to help other customers. It felt nice, having someone gush over him for something he did back in the day, before the Avengers. It reassured him that he actually accomplished something during that time, even when he just felt lStitched Up (1/?)3 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Blunt Weapon: Prologue/Ch. 1 (LokiXReader)You weren't an ordinary assassin.Blunt Weapon: Prologue/Ch. 1 (LokiXReader)2 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
S.H.I.E.L.D. wanted you on the team for a reason; there was none like you. Not only did your skills and stealth matches that of Natasha Romanoff, but you were also a weapons' expert. You knew all the plans and schematics of all the Iron Suits, able to use Clint's compound bow and quiver, and using Steve's shield was a cinch when you had to; however, you could not wield Thor's hammer "Mjolnir." You were able to use any other weapon, big or small, but you preferred the old fashioned daggers and throwing knives. Hand-to-hand combat was always a thrilling experience.
Everyone didn't really take you seriously though. Even though your skills are not to be judged, you never really acted like an assassin nor dressed like one normally. You try to keep a tough exterior, so people won't think you're just another "pretty face." You sat in front of Nick Fury with a black tank top on and ripped jeans that are crossed over each other from black mid-calf boots. Your e
Avengers: Frost Chpt: 2I woke up incredibly hungry. My stomach growled like a dragon as I sat up. I sighed heavily, a puff of fog escaping my soft lips. I looked down at my feet and sighed again, more fog escaping my lips. No rescue. No food. No shower.Avengers: Frost Chpt: 23 years ago in Settings More Like This
I looked at my long dyed hair and rolled my eyes. At least two days had passed and it looked like absolute crap. I got up and stretched. God, I needed food. I walked about six steps when Loki appeared in front of me.
"Where do you think you're going?" he asked, smirking.
"I need a shower. And food." I said bluntly. I needed the shower most though, I might be able to escape that way
Loki took two steps toward me, I realized then that he was a foot taller than me. He chuckled, looking down into my eyes.
"What's so funny?" I asked, sounding somewhat irked. I really wanted to escape.
"You're planning something in that little head of yours." he poked my head. "Whatever it is, it will not work."
Alright, that means it was time to improvise. All I needed was s
The Fallen - Prologue"If it's all the same to you," Loki sighed, raising his eyebrows and slowly wiping the blood off his face, "I think I'll have that drink now."The Fallen - Prologue3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Five minutes later, Loki sat behind the marble counter, delicately sipping at a pleasantly bitter brown drink.
It was just a little awkward, to say the least, with most of the Avengers staring at him fixedly no, glaring would be the right word, glaring at him like they'd very much like to punch him in the face - but Loki managed anyway.
"You gave him coffee." Clint hissed. "An alien who tries to take over New York, and you give him coffee . You're freaking insane." Clint's bow didn't quaver as the archer kept it aimed at Loki. That, and the fact that Natasha's hand kept twitching towards her gun, made the drink slightly more difficult to enjoy.
But if he was going to lose anyway, he was going to lose with dignity.
Besides, Thor would protect him.
Thunder roared outside.
Ah, maybe not.
Loki idly wondered, as he carefully
Five Kisses 1A Loki Story (Pre-Thor/Avengers).Five Kisses 13 years ago in Romance More Like This
A book and a bargain are just the beginning of Loki and Sigyn's relationship... LokixSigyn.
Chapter One: Searching For A Book
The Asgardian library was one far different to those found on Midgard. The Asgardian library was more a colossal hall devoted to the safe-keeping of many old and precious books left there to accumulate over the years. It differed also as it was not a place for the borrowing of books, unless you happened to get on the good side of the Archive Keeper- a good side that was very hard to locate as his love and dedication for the books he cared for far outweighed his feelings for his fellow Asgardians.
In fact, it often took many years of reading and treating books with 'the care they deserved' under his vigilant watch before he would allow anyone to take a book from the giant hall. Even the
Frost Chapter 4My heart beat quickened as I looked over the edge of the tall building. All I could see was New York City, my home, burning. Little ships zoomed around, Loki was aboard one of them, that were being attacked by an unfamiliar cast of characters. It was safe to say those people were not his friends. I looked down into my pale hands and saw a knife, very similar to my mirror knife, that I was pointing at my chest. A tear fell down my face, and I smiled, as I was impaled by the pretty thing. Blood seeped through my shirt and I fell off the building. Down, down, down.Frost Chapter 43 years ago in Settings More Like This
I snapped back to reality. I was looking down at two white dress boxes that were in front of me. Loki had already explained his plan to me, earlier in the morning. I was accompanying him to some fancy pants ball in Stuttgart, Germany.
And I was his date.
I found it interesting that he picked me and I didn't really want to go (dancing isn't really my thing) but, knowing he's a psycho I decided that obeying him would let me live
Frost Chapter 3"What do you mean by that?" Loki was looking coldly at me.Frost Chapter 33 years ago in Settings More Like This
"You can't really be a god." I restrained myself from running. "Gods don't break into government labs and take weird government tech." Trying to be a smart ass wasn't going to get me anywhere.
"You don't think I am a god?" Loki still seemed angry but he almost seemed to be amused as well. "I defeated thirty men single handedly, and you deny me being a god?"
Again, he had a point. "Well That staff of yours did all the work."
"And how would I come to possess a staff that can kill people with a single shock?" His breath was on my face again, causing me to blush.
"Uhh . Internet?"
He smirked. "Humor won't get you anywhere, Iss."
"Well I wouldn't be able to tell anyway. I've never met a god before. I still don't believe you." I looked directly into his eyes.
"Stubborn aren't we?"
"Extremely." I felt my nose touch his and then I backed up.
Loki understood humor. Somewhat anyway. Now only if his understanding of
The Gods and the Geek. Chapter 1.You sat in your swivel chair, turning it around repeatedly, and sipped on your tea every once in awhile.The Gods and the Geek. Chapter 1.3 years ago in Humor More Like This
You let out an exasperated sigh. "Working at this museum is so BORING!!!!" You called in frustration and slammed your head against your desk.
"[Name]?" You heard someone call as they knocked on your office door, it caught you off guard, so, obviously you fell out of your chair with a loud thud.
"Y-yes?" You managed as you pulled yourself back into your seat, but also hitting your head on the desk in the process. "Ow..." You mumbled.
Your coworker opened the door, looking rather disheveled.
"There's someone here to see you." she stated and walked away.
Then a white man in a black suit walked in, he looked kinda, well, kinda important. He carries himself like a government official.
"Good Afternoon, sir." You said and put your hand out for him to shake. "I'm-"
"Dr. [Name] [L.Name], yes I know who you are." he said, you kept your calm on the outside, but on the inside you were freaking
Steve x Reader One shot : GentlemanIt was early in the morning as you thought so, when somebody knocked at your door. You groaned in response but got up from your bed to answer the door for who ever wanted to interrupt you from your sleep. You opened the door to reveal that no one was insight, but as you turned around to head back to your room...Steve x Reader One shot : Gentleman2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
"Hey (name)! Good morning to ya!," Clint said next to your wide open door.
"Oh God leave me alone Clint!I wanna sleep," You whined.
"No can do (name)," He gave you a devious smirk.
Oh God what is he planning?, You thought.
Every time Clint gave you a devious smirk, he was planning something and it wasn't good at all. It meant trouble.
As you about to enter you room to avoid his plan, Clint decided to lock your door leaving you there stunned. He knew that you didn't have your keys with you or anything else that you were be able to use to contact someone and the worst part was that you were in the middle of the hallway wearing an extra large (f/c) t-shirt that o
Flirting with Danger - Part 1Flirting with Danger - Part 13 years ago in Sci-Fi More Like This
It is well into the evening when you finally turn down your dimly lit street. Stifling a yawn, you reach to turn your radio down. Most of the neighbors have been asleep for a couple of hours at this point. Even the animals are quietly slumbering. You turn your headlights off as you pull into the driveway. All the windows in the house are dark. Of course everyone has gone to sleep already. The only "night owl" in the household is you. You gather your things on the passenger seat. You then get out of the car and gently shut the door as to not disturb anyone. Your keys jingle as you slide them into the deadbolt of the front door. You step inside, lock the door behind you and tiptoe quietly to your room. It's dark so you try not to trip over anything. You reach out and use the wall to guide you. Once in your room, you collapse on your bed, exhausted. What a day. Sleep would be glorious. You stealthily slip into the bathroom, using your cell ph
Text [Loki x Reader]Please don't read this if you're already rolling your eyes at the title.Text [Loki x Reader]3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
I'm going to go crawl under a rock now and deny my love for Loki.
Your eyes started stinging, but didn't threaten to leak. You were tired of that sensation, and sick of it; it made you want to throw your phone across the room.
You sniffed, focusing your attention on the movie you were watching, the TV the only source of light in the room at this hour of the night.
"You seem distraught," said a low voice behind your chair, laden with condescending certainty; which you read as pity.
"I told you to leave me alone," you growled, not bothering even to glare at the Norse god peering over your shoulder.
A slender hand grabbed your phone out of your lap. "Um, hey! That's mine!"
You turned around to see Loki pondering over the messages on your phone reflecting in his green eyes. He didn't have a trace of a smirk on his face, though he still held a sense of arrogance in the way he stood, the flourish with wh
Tears will always fall.The rushing of boot clad feet was heard inside the palace. All you could do was stare blankly into the distance, as the tears slowly slid from your eyes and stained your cheeks. You clutched his cloak tightly in your hands as you sat in his room, on his bed.Tears will always fall.3 years ago in Drama More Like This
Thor's voice boomed loudly as he yelled. He was always the one to bark orders at the slightest sign of chaos, but this time, it was different. A realm was under attack. To be more specific, it was Midgard.
'How could he do this?' You thought repeatedly. 'Why?'
As Thor walked past the open door, he glanced at you. Tears were in his eyes too. There was no doubt in your mind that Friga and Odin were crying as well. As soon as Thor was out of sight, you brought the dark green cloak to your face, breathing in his scent.
'What would drive him to this?' Again, you thought which only caused more pain in your heart. You were sad and fearful for many reasons, the first: What took away his reason and rationality?, the second, When would he re
Masquerade-Chapter 1You strode into the grand, golden ballroom of Asgard's royal palace. You were dressed in a glorious [f/c] silk ball gown, the bodice plated in [gold or silver] armor. An extravagant mask of matching colors covered the top half of your face, save for your dark crimson eyes. Your [h/c] hair was fashioned into just the right style. You smiled and nodded as you passed the nobility of your realm. Well, not YOUR realm.Masquerade-Chapter 13 years ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
By birth, you were a Jotun, a frost giant. You were far too small for them to take you into their ranks. You grew up parentless, Odin having destroyed most of the population of your realm. You did not hate him for it, far from it. You rather disliked your people for treating you as an outcast. On one of Odin's travels to Jotunheim, he found you. You were living in a shack you had fashioned out of ice, barely surviving. He offered you a home in Asg
Fire Bomb - Avengers x Reader Ch.1 It was a normal summer day in the neighborhood; or so you thought. You were riding your bike back from the park, just enjoying the nice, summer day, until you had to come to an erupt stop. You jam on the brakes to fully register the burning house before your eyes. That house happened to be your home that you shared with your family. You quickly call 911 and moments later, the police and firefighters come to stop the blazing house from burning. 'How...did this happen? How...? Is everyone OK?' was what you thought as you frantically think of all the possibilities of how the fire had started until a police man came up to you. "Are you (Y/N) (L/N)?" he asked and you slowly nod your head, still in shock from the recent event. The cop gave you an apologetic look before saying, "I'm sorry to tell you this but, your whole family was caught in the fire. They're all dead." He paused letting that sink into your head. Tears were now streaming down your face uncontrollably. The policeFire Bomb - Avengers x Reader Ch.12 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Kindled Similarities - LokixReader chap1Kindled Similarities - LokixReader chap13 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
LokiXreader - chapter 1
you sat silently at a small round table with a white cloth draped over it. Across the cloth read ''congratulations graduates!'', there were various plates on the tables, some containing
remains of discarded food from your friends. You grimaced as you watched them dance happily in the now crowded dance floor across the room. You silently sipped a soda. you never were a dancer anyway, and why would a boy even bother to dance with you? You despised love. disgusted you really. you crushed the soda can and set it along with the others you drank earlier on the table. All you wanted to do was leave. Your heals were killing your feet, and seeing so many happy people just made you more depressed.
You sighed deeply and put two hands softly on the table, lifting yourself up out of your seat. You decided it was completely pointless to stay here. You motioned towards the double doors, your friends giving questionable looks. You didn't even bother looking back at them. They c
Loki's Interrogation: part 1Thor stood next to him, just staring ahead. He was going to be dragged before the All-father Odin, and... who knew? Loki wasn't going to show any weakness, but the muzzle did prevent him from saying much in the first place. The door creaked before him and entered Sif and the Warriors Three.Loki's Interrogation: part 13 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
" Oh, look, Fandral! It's the mighty Loki!" Volstagg teased. " Looks like they managed to cut that silver tongue, eh?" He pushed Loki's shoulder in a non-playful way.
Loki glared at him, but Thor could see that Loki had tensed when Volstagg had reached out. Thor gently moved his hand to Loki's neck, in what looked like an attempt to keep him in check, but he really just gave Loki a reassuring touch. Thor noticed the hidden glance that Loki had shot him, and the look of confusion in those green eyes made Thor realize that Loki was truly terrified of the judgement that he was about to get.
" It's time, Thor. We need to bring Loki to the All-Father." Sif said, motioning for them all to follow her.
The Avengers x ReaderThe Avengers x Reader (Bruces ending)The Avengers x Reader2 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Bruce. You smiled as he shifted in nervously. He closed the door but left one detail out. You slid off of
the fluffy bed, and skittered over to him. You looked at his pocket expectantly.
So did you bring the stuff, Brucey-boy? You asked jokingly. You saw a ghost of a smiled wash
over his face. He slipped a stick of pockey out from his pocket, and waved it in your face.
Only if you got the money. He replied in mock-ghetto. You chuckled and snatched the snack
out of his hand.
I aint got cash, but to be honest, Im kinda hungry. well then, you should eat more of it than
me. You shrugged and slipped it into your mouth. You thrust your head forward, and slipped it
between his lips. He grunted, but bit into it, signaling for you to begin. You munched your way to his lips.
Bruce hesitated, so you pressed your lips against his forcefully.
You grinned when he squeaked. Bruce soon relaxed into
Pain And RegretThe Chitauri had found him.Pain And Regret2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
It had only been a matter of time but he hadn't expected it to be so soon. Loki had left Asgard. Escaped. It had been ridiculously easy to free himself, there was no one who even came close to being as skilled in magic as Loki. They had no idea what tricks he had up his sleeve. But who, in all of Asgard, would help him now?
And so he fled to Midgard.
He had tried to reach his brother. It killed him to have to ask Thor for help but as it turned out he needn't have worried, he never reached Thor in time.
Loki had made it as far as New York. He was just about to perform a locating spell to find Thor when the Chitauri found him first. They took him. Tortured him. They didn't just want to kill him, they wanted to drag out his suffering for as long as possible. He blacked out several times, coming to and seeing the darkened interior of the abandoned building that they had dragged him to and knowing that he had not yet escaped to the afterlife.
He used the last bit
LokixReader- False Love Part 1LokixReader- False Love Part 13 years ago in Romance More Like This
A dull fear rose in your chest as you followed behind the tall, intimidating, Nick Fury. He was awfully upset, and so was Maria. You weren't completely sure what was causing all the commotion, but you knew it had something to do with The Tesseract. You were a fairly new SHIELD agent, and you were young, so you still had much to learn about all the in's and out's of the top secret organization. But being Nick's personal assistant, you had to learn fast.
"Should I be worried?" You looked toward Maria with confused, [e/c] eyes. You and Maria were rather close with each other, so she understood how all of SHIELD's crazy happenings frightened you at times.
"I'm sure Nick will take care of it" Maria replied to you with a nod. Although, you could see right through her lie. You sighed to yourself and stayed close behind Fury, clutching your cluttered binder close to your chest. Nick had entrusted you with these notes, and it was your job to keep them out of the wrong hands. If someone were to
Reconciliation (Loki x Reader) Ch. 1Face pressed up toward the sky, young ___ held out her tongue to catch the falling flakes of snow. Losing balance on the tip of her toes, she fell backwards onto the cushiony layer of snow on the ground. And just in time, too, because as soon as she hit the snow beneath her, a snowball came whizzing over her head where she had just been.Reconciliation (Loki x Reader) Ch. 12 years ago in Romance More Like This
"Drat!" she heard from the edge of the clearing she was now sitting in. She turned around to see Thor peeking out at her from behind a tree, a scowl on his face. With movements as quick as a five-year-old could muster in the snow of an Asgardian winter, ___ stood up and ran behind a large oak on the opposite side of the clearing. Giggling, she scooped up snow in her hands and began packing it together as she heard Thor's boots tromping toward her location. With a quick peek around the tree to determine his location, she sent her snowball flying at her friend. It landed with a satisfying slosh! on his face. He stood in the knee-deep snow, spi
[Logan x Reader]Animal-Chapter 1You slide into the worn out booth; you're cold, tired, scared, and confused. What had started as a normal day had quickly spiraled into a chaotic mess of the unexpected and terrifying events that had led you to run away.[Logan x Reader]Animal-Chapter 12 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
You look up from the table to see a tired looking waitress tapping her pen on a small pad of paper, "What can I get you?"
"C-coffee," you stammer, hoping you had enough money for that.
She walks away not even bothering to write it down; it wasn't busy at all in the little fifties style diner. Only one other customer was there, a big burly looking guy. Big torso, big arms, dark messy hair, and a berserker kind of aura; you couldn't see his face but his very presence is alarming, even the waitress picks up the pace as she walks past him.
You stare back down at the table and grab one of the free packs of crackers and begin munching; a short while later the waitress returns with a mug of coffee and sets it down in front of you. You murmur a thank you as she walks away.
The One Chosen To Learn - Part 22The funeral day came quicker than expected for the fourteen-year-old Manadis. It was different for her, since there was no wake, unlike both of her grandparents' deaths. It just went straight to the burial.The One Chosen To Learn - Part 222 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
On the desiganated day, Manadis got ready early in the morning. She felt empty as she did so. Her eyes never left their blank gaze in front of her as she slipped on her mournful dress. Manadis didn't even bother looking in the mirror before she left. She only grabbed a black case on her way out of her room. The girl walked slowly and briskly at the same time, as weird as it may sound.
Manadis didn't react like this when her grandma and grandpa died. She cried a whole day continuously for her grandma. Her grandfather's death wasn't as prominent because she was much younger when it happened. The reason Sigyn's death affected her as it did was because of the suddenness and realness of it. Also, the fact of how young Sigyn was made this scarier for her. Yes, she was at th
Frost Chapter 6It didn't take me to long to realize that there was only one way out of that situation without having to answer any questions. So I froze myself, because I thought that was my best option.Frost Chapter 63 years ago in Settings More Like This
When I woke up, I was in a small metal room, laying on the floor. The room was approximately two meters long and wide, forming a perfect cube like prison. There was one door, and it looked kind of like the type of door you see on a bank volt. I was definitely not getting out of here anytime soon.
I sat up and brushed my long hair with my fingers. I scooted back and sat against the wall, looking down, expecting to see the dress Loki had gifted me, when instead I saw a white jump suit in it's place. It nearly blended in with my skin.
"Well this is all quite lovely." I proclaimed to myself. I wasn't expecting to here a response, but I did.
"Indeed," I heard, it sounded like Loki's voice.
I looked around, "Wait, how did you-"
"A god has many powers, Iss." he simply stated. "Now stop talking, they don't k
The Gods and the Geek. Chapter 6.His gaze, beautiful, and terrifying, as deep as the greenest of forests. His skin, looked as if he was made of porcelain and the slightest amount of pressure would break him. His hair, looked as if the stars in from the night sky belonged in it, silky and smoothed back, perfectly contrasting with his pale skin. His hands were large and used often. His voice was as smooth as silk, but so commanding and intimidating that it would put Adolf Hitler to shame.The Gods and the Geek. Chapter 6.3 years ago in Romance More Like This
Loki was an interesting subject indeed. As soon as you stepped into the room holding his cage, glasses on and clip broad in hand, you were frightened a bit.
His gaze stayed on your form as you stepped to the chair that had been set up for you. You sat down quietly, and began to write something down.
When you finished writing, you met his gaze and had to surpress a shiver.
"Good evening, Loki." you began.
"Is it? I wouldn't be able to tell." he retorted with a glare.
You ignored his comment and wrote something else down. You cleared you