Forgotten ~ Chapter 50 [LokixReader]Forgotten ~ Chapter 50 [LokixReader]2 years ago in Drama More Like This
“I will help you, __________,” He promised, and he’d meant it.
As Loki looked into your (e/c) eyes, he actually felt that this was a good thing. He wanted to help you, and this was the only way. But that didn’t mean he wasn’t aware of the risk involved. Yes, there was the “we might die” factor, but that wasn’t the most pressing concern to him. If, during the process of sharing his thoughts and memories, you came across his plans with Algrim, well…he didn’t care to think what would come after that. Would you hate him? Would you run from him? Would you turn against him? Or did he have a chance to persuade you, to show you that h
Forgotten ~ Chapter 45 [LokixReader]Forgotten ~ Chapter 45 [LokixReader]2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
~I'M ALMOST SORRY~
Calm but incredibly tired, you walked between Thor and Loki as you followed Eitri through the streets. Eitri was going on and on about how this fight, as rather small of an outbreak as it was, would be remembered in the history of Nidavellir as one of the greatest, if for no other reason than the mighty Thor had come to help. You vaguely listened as he talked of having a celebration in a day or two, and even requested that the three of you stay. Loki didn’t like the idea, and as much as you might have wanted to, you knew that staying any longer than necessary wouldn’t be a good idea. Thor was the one who declined Eitri’s offer, however, quickly explaining that needs in Asgard required that the three of
Forgotten ~ Chapter 43 [LokixReader]Forgotten ~ Chapter 43 [LokixReader]2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
~THEY CAN'T BE STOPPED~
In the time since Loki had gone, you had just barely been able to actually fall asleep. You were tired (well, you were almost always tired), but it had been one of those times where you mostly fall asleep but you’re still vaguely aware of things going on around you. Every now and then you could barely hear a voice or two from somewhere outside, but there was nothing coherent. You were so close to actually falling asleep when…
The sound of a horn blasting reached your ears.
Your eyes snapped open. You knew that exact sound. That horn’s call was one that rang familiar in the recesses of your mind, and you knew exactly what it meant. There was an attack. Here. Now. You sat up quickly, looking
Forgotten ~ Chapter 47 [LokixReader]Forgotten ~ Chapter 47 [LokixReader]2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
~A PROBLEM TO SOLVE~
While making it back to Asgard had been a success, it wasn’t until Loki had landed the boat along the shore close to the city gates that you could actually enjoy the happiness of your return. The craft had been in such a poor state to begin with, and crossing realms certainly hadn’t helped anything. The engine sputtered horrible, cutting out at least twice, and leaving Loki to rely on his magic to keep the thing working long enough to make it away from the water.
Thor was the first out of the boat, turning back and helping you out as well. “Thank you,” you said to Thor as you took his hand and let him help you out, which ultimately became him carrying you a few feet away to the dry ground
Silence - A Child's Cry Part 1Silence - A Child's Cry Part 13 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
It had been a bloody battle, to say the least. Countless soldiers from each side had been killed all over the palace. The chance of finding survivors among the carnage was unlikely at this point, but soldiers were still sent out to search. The people still wanted the hope that all had not been lost.
Hope. It was such a weak sentiment. What good was hope in a time like this? Hope would not get them anywhere with retaliation. Revenge, anger, that was all one needed. But Thor is ever hopeful…and pathetic.
Loki strolled down what was once a grand hall in the palace, taking little notice of the desolation around him. He had wanted, no needed, to get away from the screaming and crying of those who had survived. Their screams were aggravating to him. It probably would not have bothered him so much if he had caused their screams…
In the silence he looked around, trying to remember how the palace looked before the attack. Even he had trouble remembering what it onc
We All Get Tired [AdamxReader]We All Get Tired [AdamxReader]2 years ago in Drama More Like This
Walking down yet another seemingly abandoned street, you surrendered to your momentary boredom and pulled your ipod from your pocket, carefully untangling the mess of wires that was, on occasion, a pair of barely working, green and black earbuds. You had to be careful as you pulled the wires through their entangled loops, because one forceful tug too many and they would be broken for good. It really didn’t matter how expensive a pair you could buy, you were cursed with earbuds that didn’t work proper. Maybe you just got stuck with all the defective ones, or maybe you were actually rather brutal to the poor things and you just didn’t realize it. Either way, broken earphones were all you ever seemed to have.
But enough about that…you had successfully untangled your earbuds and were happy to find that they still worked. You had to turn the volume on your ipod up roughly 75% of the way to hear at a comfortable level, but hey, it worked!
Forgotten ~ Chapter 44 [LokixReader]Forgotten ~ Chapter 44 [LokixReader]2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
~THE SONS OF ODIN~
Despite the courage that the Marauders had with the Uru weapons in their possession, the sight of the god of Thunder robbed them of some of it. And it was easy to understand why. Thor was unmistakable in his Asgardian armor and red cape, Mjolnir in his hand. The look on his face was stern. He didn’t take kindly to the Marauders. He never had. Once again they had started a rebellion, and once again he would put them down.
The Marauders closest stood in sudden fear, as everyone – Dwarves, you, Loki, and Marauders alike – all looked to Thor. He scanned the area, watching the fighting that was still going on. Not everyone had noticed his sudden appearance. He said and did nothing, only waiting
Forgotten ~ Chapter 49 [LokixReader]Forgotten ~ Chapter 49 [LokixReader]2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
~THERE IS ALWAYS RISK~
The next morning seemed slow in coming, but for once, you found it to be a good thing. A long night of rest was exactly what you had needed after returning to Asgard, and being with Loki was just the cherry on top. It was a beautiful and calm day in Asgard, and even though there was a part of you eager to get going, most of you was content to let the day start of slow and just wait to see how things played out. Loki didn’t seem jumping to get going either, which was sort of understandable. With the visible level of discomfort he’d had in Nidavellir, aside from the Marauders and that troublesome time, you couldn’t blame Loki for not being ready to leave Asgard just yet. For all the issues he had (or at least claimed to
Acquiesce - A Child's Cry Part 4Acquiesce - A Child's Cry Part 43 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Lucius pulled up the hood of his cloak as he ducked down the dark alley way. He was near the edge of the city, as far away from the palace as possible. He could not risk anyone there overhearing the conversation he was soon to have. “Dronicus!” he hissed into the darkness.
A man, also cloaked, came out of the shadows and lowered his hood. He was a young man, and not a particularly handsome one at that. “I’m here, quit your worrying.” Dronicus said. “Why’d you have to meet all the way out here then? And so late?”
Lucius lowered his own hood. He was a middle aged man with thinning light brown hair and a permanent scowl on his face. “You know very well why.” He hissed. “This is a delicate matter, and there are many open ears around the palace.”
“Well what about Heimdall?” Dronicus asked. “He hears and sees all.”
Forgotten ~ Chapter 41 [LokixReader]Forgotten ~ Chapter 41 [LokixReader]2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
~A BEAST OF HATE~
Mangog. The name rang oddly familiar in your mind. Too familiar, and it made you feel unsettled. You had become accustomed to not having the memories of your past, and though you were not content to live without answers, it hadn’t been such present thought in your mind since Odin had told you about Nidavellir. But now…now you sorely wished you had your memory. Knowing that you knew the name Mangog was all you could recall, but there had to be more than that, didn’t there?
“Are you well, _________?” Eitri inquired, noting how you had become suddenly withdrawn and distant. Your facial features were tight with concern and frustration, and only Loki could understand why.
Forgotten ~ Chapter 51 [LokixReader]Forgotten ~ Chapter 51 [LokixReader]2 years ago in Drama More Like This
~BETWEEN YOU AND ME...~
Though the mental bond between you and Loki had been severed, the pain still lingered in you. Your body trembled and for a moment you lost almost all of your strength. You pitched forward, certain you’d fall to the ground but was unable to stop yourself. Just as you were about to fall, however, Loki’s arms snaked around you and you fell against him instead, immediately clutching to him as you began to cry. The two of you ended up sliding towards the ground, with you nearly in a heap against him. Just the amount of agony in the emotion of all the memories you had seen and felt…it caused so much pain within you. Loki’s suffering, the suffering that no one knew about, was agonizing. If you had ever though you under
Forgotten ~ Chapter 48 [LokixReader]Forgotten ~ Chapter 48 [LokixReader]2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
~UNTIL THE MORNING~
While Loki was off searching in the Hall of Knowledge, you returned to Loki’s chambers to change out of your “traveling” clothes and into the black dress that you had. Made of a soft, velvety material, it was certainly one of the most comfortable dresses that you had. You took your time and enjoying being in a place that made you feel so safe. There were no Marauders here, aside from those locked away in the dungeon, and the sheer amount of protection around the palace took away any fear that you had of being in imminent danger. Even though you’d been gone from here for only a little over a day, it felt as though it had been much longer.
After splashing a bit of cool water on your face and
Innocence - A Child's Cry Part 2Innocence - A Child's Cry Part 23 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Every healer was busily tending to what survivors there were, and with every moment more and more arrived. Loki carried the young girl to him, holding her close. He could feel the stares of everyone as he passed by, wondering what on earth he was doing with this child. He didn’t care what they thought. Let them wonder. Let their minds create whatever horrid stories they would. His only concern was for the child in his arms.
By now the child had stopped crying, and lay still in his arms as she looked around curiously. When the healers were in sight, she had gripped tighter to Loki’s neck, as if she feared being separated from him. He relished the child’s innocent touch. She trusted him completely – it was not something he was used to.
Loki was almost to the healers when someone blocked his path. Loki glared at Thor, who eyed him suspiciously.
“What is this, brother?” Thor inquired, staring at the little child that looked up at him with
Don't Ask Me [AdamxReader One Shot]Don't Ask Me [AdamxReader One Shot]2 years ago in Romance More Like This
“You’ve been quite reclusive tonight, __________,” Adam said as he came over to where you were at the bar of the local place where you and Adam often had encounters with each other.
You glanced over your shoulder at the dark, depressed romantic of a musician who was watching you closely with his timeless eyes. “And? You’re reclusive all the time,” you responded dryly as you took a slow sip of the drink that had been in your hand for the last fifteen minutes.
“Yeah,” Adam replied slowly as he looked you over quickly. “But you usually aren’t. Something on your mind then?”
You nodded slowly, but didn’t see the point in talking, even to Adam. He was one of your closest friends (and certainly no offense to him) but that wasn’t saying much. You talked, and you knew he was a soul that you could trust in, but this…this was something you had never felt before. This was the lowest low you had eve
Forgotten ~ Chapter 46 [LokixReader]Forgotten ~ Chapter 46 [LokixReader]2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
~AGAIN TO ASGARD~
You woke in the early hours of the morning (though how exactly you could have known it was “morning” in Nidavellir was something you couldn’t fathom) well rested and feeling rather peaceful. Still in a half asleep daze, you were awake enough to feel Loki’s arms around you, his body pressed close to yours in a sort of protecting way. You could hear his slow and steady breathing; his breath on your neck. As a soft smile came to your lips, it occurred to you that in all the nights Loki and you had shared a bed like this, there were only a handful of times that the two of you had ever gotten close – and most of those time you had been the one getting closer to him. It was nice to feel his arms a
Goodness - A Child's Cry Part 3Goodness - A Child's Cry Part 33 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
IN THE HALL OF ASGARD
“And Loki cares for this child?” Odin asked, leaning back into his seat.
Thor nodded. “He will not admit it and he tries very hard to hide it, but I can see that he is different around her. He is gentle and caring – not to mention that he has spent nearly every waking moment by her side.”
“And this child – Caedra, you said her name was – she cares for Loki?"
Thor nodded again. “But that is understandable given the circumstances. She is a young, frightened child and he was the first to find her.” He paused. “What should I do, father?”
Odin sighed deeply. No longer was he king and still he practically giving orders. “It is not my place to tell you what you must do, Thor.” He answered. “I can only give my opinion.”
“Then I would be grateful to hear it.” Thor replied.
Khan x Reader One ShotKhan x Reader One Shot2 years ago in Drama More Like This
You woke up slowly, the familiar pain of being hit over the head coming to you as you opened your eyes. You had to blink a few times before you could see, and even then your vision was a little blurry. You tried to sit up but the pain in your head was too intense. What had happened? You couldn’t remember much. You had been standing next to Spock when suddenly you had felt yourself being pulled away. You could hear shouts and some sort of physical altercation taking place, and then you’d felt a sharp blow to the back of your head. That was all you could remember.
Feeling like you could finally move without too much pain, you managed to pull yourself up and be propped up on your elbows as you looked at your surroundings. You were lying on the floor in a room that looked very similar to the bridge of the Enterprise. This room, however, was much darker and it appeared that you were alone.
Your head still hurt, but at least the pa
Forgotten ~ Chapter 38 [LokixReader]Forgotten ~ Chapter 38 [LokixReader]2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
~A GIRL WHO WORRIES~
You woke up surprisingly early the next morning. You kept your movements as minimal as possible so as not to disturb Loki, who was still sound asleep. There weren’t many times that you caught him sleeping, and admittedly there were few things so pleasurable as seeing him lying in bed with his face buried in the soft pillows and his raven hair all disheveled. You smiled softly as you ran your fingers through your hair and glanced around the room with a tired look. The night had been peaceful, and you were feeling surprisingly well rested. Your dreams….well that was just it, wasn’t it? You hadn’t had any sort of strange dreams during the night. Come to think of it, you doubted that you had dreamt at all
Forgotten ~ Chapter 52 [LokixReader]Forgotten ~ Chapter 52 [LokixReader]2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
~REST BEFORE TRAVEL~
Given that you were already wearing your “Midgardian” clothes, there was hardly anything for you to prepare or pack. It wasn’t like you had brought a whole suitcase of clothes to Asgard, despite the thought that it might be nice to have a spare change of your usual clothes here. It wasn’t that you didn’t like the Asgardian clothes Loki had brought for you, quite the contrary. But on a day to day, causal level, you weren’t much for wearing dresses as you wandered about. You had gotten used to it back when you had first stayed in Asgard for that few weeks, but that didn’t mean your preference for comfortable clothes had changed. Still, you freshened up a bit – splashed some cool water o
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After the moment of initial shock was gone, Loki’s calculative mind began running through every possible scenario. Who would have taken Caedra? Who could have taken Caedra? Not just anyone could have access to the gardens. And wouldn’t someone have seen her? Then Loki remembered. Sif. He had left Caedra with Sif. So where was she? He looked around again, though he knew he would find nothing else. There was no trace of the warrior maiden anywhere.
The thought went through his mind that this was somehow Sif’s doing. He hoped it wasn’t true – not because he cared for her, but because it would mean that she had played him. For the sake of his pride it couldn’t be true. But even then it didn’t make sense for Sif to have done this. She would never do anything to harm Caedra. Besides, if she had wanted to take Caedra away from him, all she would have needed to do was go to Thor. No, Loki confirmed in his mind, this was not
Adam x Reader One ShotAdam x Reader One Shot2 years ago in Romance More Like This
You sat by the edge of the bath, watching as the water level slowly rose. The sound of the faucet was obnoxiously loud, but you would only have to put up with it for a few more moments, and then you could enjoy complete silence. You stood up and slowly paced around for a minute as you waited. Patience may have been a virtue, but it certainly wasn’t one you had.
As you stepped back to the bath you turned off the water, glad to hear the sound of the faucet immediately stop. You grabbed a small bottle of bath salts you had been given a long time ago and carefully removed the lid. There wasn’t much left in the bottle so you just poured all that remained into the water and dipped your fingers in to swirl it around. The water’s color turned a slightly orangish-red tint as the faint scent of oranges filled the room.
You dried your hands on the towel that was on the edge of the bath before carefully sliding off the long summer dress y
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A FEW DAYS LATER
The hours of the night passed quickly and the first rays of the morning light began to show through the window. The warm light on his face made Loki open his eyes slowly. He had found peace in his sleep, which was not something he could usually find when awake. Sif’s words from the prior night still haunted him. He wondered how much this man Gallan knew of his niece. Not much, it would seem since he had not come for her, and Sif insisted she was the only one that knew Caedra was even related to this man. But Loki could never be careful enough. His bargain with Sif could be easily broken by either person. Even so, Loki couldn’t say he was completely ungrateful that she was giving him something of a chance to keep Caedra.
He glanced down and smiled. Caedra lay curled up against his chest, her hair a tangled mess in her face. She breathed steadily and (more importantly) peacefully. Over the past week she’d had a few more night
Forgotten ~ Chapter 42 [LokixReader]Forgotten ~ Chapter 42 [LokixReader]2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
~BY HIS DOING~
“Nearly everything is a possibility, ________,” Loki replied as he looked back to you with a tired glint in his eyes. Having to be in such a heated place had been draining him of his physical energy from the moment you and he had arrived. If it had been absolutely necessary, he could have made it back to Asgard, but it would have cost him dearly. And once he had seen how fatigued you were, there had been little excuse to refuse Eitri’s offer. As he looked at you even now, he saw how difficult it was for you to stay awake. He liked to tell himself it was only because of all the “realm hopping” that had been going on lately, but he couldn’t convince h
Reunited - A Child's Cry Part 21 [END]Reunited - A Child's Cry Part 21 [END]2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
“The difference between grace and mercy is simple.
Mercy is not getting what you deserve, and grace is getting
What you do not deserve.”
As Loki walked around the palace, he made his way to the gardens. He still couldn’t believe that Thor had simply let him go without a punishment. Yes, he had sentenced Loki to imprisonment in the palace, but it was no different from what his life had been before he’d escaped to Jotunheim. There was no added stipulation, there was no privilege removed. Nothing had changed.
He continued to walk, lost in his thoughts, until he heard someone come up beside him. Glancing over his shoulder he saw that it was Frigga.
“May I join you?” she asked.
Loki nodded. “Of course,” he replied, and the two continued to stroll through the variety of trees and flowers.
“I am pleased with Thor’s d