Good Omens: Slivered Mirror - 11 Years Ago Part 2~+~
If you ask most human nowadays they will claim that books are one of the greatest invention of mankind and one of its most valuable goods. Certain names would pop up over and over again would you ask them which book is the most important one in history. None of these names would be the one of the book Anathema Device, eight years old, was currently reading under her bedcover, a torch in her hand.
Even if 'The Nice And Accurate Prophecies Of Agnes Nutter, Witch' was indeed the most important book in the world.
It was the only book in the world that contained exactly what it said on the tin. It had been handed down in the Device-family from generation to generation since the 17th century (It might have gotten lost in the great book-burning crazes of the last few decades, if it weren't for the pretty clear-worded prophecy 1533).
Anathema had just finished reading a prophecy concerning herself. She liked those. Even if she was sometimes upset that there were none of those covering more
Song Of SigynSo it came that Loki, once again, travelled the way to Jotunheim, as he had done it quite a few times before. His reasons for leaving Asgard were numerous, the main one, though, might have been the same as usual.Song Of Sigyn5 years ago in Scraps More Like This
Getting his mind off things, one way or the other.
He wandered the dark wasteland that was Jotunheim with no actual direction anywhere, yet he wound up at a place familiar.
It has been a while since you graced us with a visit., Utgard-Loki, the uncrowned king of giants, greeted him as the smaller Loki set foot into Utgard-Keep.
It may surprise you to hear, but I've hardly been a welcome guest in these halls ever since you set up these contests of yours.
Why, pray tell what brings you here then?
It wasn't until several horns of mead and mugs of ale later that the Loki of Asgard started to tell freely about the reasons of his travel, starting to nag about the other gods and giving his namesake a good laugh: