Thor Movie: Loki's Answers Scene WrittenMy Father’s voice brought a series of images to my mind’s eye.
They played like as though I was there watching and with the realization a horrible emotional grip took hold of me.
“Laufey’s son,” I repeated unintentionally, not in question but to hear it from his own mouth. I blinked, remembering where I was than brought my gaze up to look at my Father to hear his confirmation. Our eyes met, silence held me there with anxious anticipation for a second; my heart beating in a horrible fast rhythm inside my chest as though it wanted to break free.
“Yes,” he said with a voice that sounded so far away from me.
I was dumbfounded; my emotions ridden mad to a point where my own father’s words were spoken in a language I knew and was native to but now could not decipher them through my clash of confusion and growing denial.
“Why?” I asked him, my breath picking up with the panic I was holding back. The flame inside me was growing with a
Loki x Reader - Request__________ was never a particularly special servant; she was just a very quiet and dutiful one. Odin appreciated her with occasional head nods, Thor gave her his big smile. She had not seen Prince Loki since his imprisonment back on Asgard.Loki x Reader - Request2 years ago in Drama More Like This
She was surprised when given the duty of tending to him. She'd never been close to him, nor had she ever really spoken to the brooding, mysterious god. She'd spent her time away from the royalty, for the most part, actually. She supposed this could be a part of the reason she was assigned the task.
She was honestly terrified of him. He had destroyed races, left behind a family who loved him, and committed unspeakable crimes, solely for power. She'd heard of his excommunication.
Thor no longer considered him a brother, though he used the term loosely.
He was no longer a son of Odin.
Even Frigga refused to see him, her shock and scorn for him unmistakeable.
Odin was adamant with her. "Let no one see him. Do not do an
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It had been hours since Loki had been dragged out of the throne room. Just how many hours it had been, he didn’t know, and at this point, didn’t care. He had been screaming and fighting the whole way back to his chambers, and even then he had banged on the door for hours after, all the while continuing to shout and scream. He didn’t care that ultimately it did him no good. He just wanted out. He needed out.
He only fell silent when from complete exhaustion he collapsed on the floor between the door and bed. When he awoke a few hours later, he was still alone, though he could tell that someone had entered while he had been asleep. A tray of food had been placed on the table, as well as a bucket of ice and a think, sturdy cloth.
Loki stood up and glanced down at his hand. It was badly bruised and slightly swollen, especially around his knuckles which had carried the brunt of the force as he’d hit Thor.
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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
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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
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I just want to say thanks to everyone who's been so patient with me through hard times as well as my writer's block. To everyone who motivated me, and made this chapter possible! Also, thanks to anyone who faves this. Every one of you mean so much to me *hugs*
The sharp pain in your body was something you never felt in your life before and you certainly hoped that it would be the last time you did. The numb feeling covering your muscles was similar to that of the feeling you’d get if you held ice in your hands for too long. It burned your entire being and you grunted as you tried to push your head to the side and listened to the chaos that sprung around you somehow. You were sure you were about to talk to Heimdall and the next thing you remembered was laying on the ground on top of the thin layer of ice that just happened to be there. Your eyes scanned around you almost too quickly to see that everyone that you’ve ever interacted ever since Loki saved yo
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Loki took Caedra through the palace, weaving his way through the dark and empty halls until he came upon an empty room. He pushed the door open far enough to slip through, trying to make as little noise as possible.
The room was small for a bed chamber, and resembled that of one of the healer’s quarters. Sif glanced around skeptically. “Where are we?” she inquired, forgetting to keep her voice low.
Loki glared at her, his eyes darting to the partially opened door. He gently set Caedra on the bed and unwrapped his coat from around her, covering her with a warm blanket. He brushed her hair out of her face, his eyes searching as he listened closely to her breathing. Though still shallow, it was not as weak as before.
“We’re near the healers’ quarters,” Loki answered, glancing back at Sif, who had moved to shut the door completely. “After battles or whenever there was an excess of wounded, they would use these rooms to tend to
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The dungeon in Asgard was the same as it ever was. The place had been built by Odin’s grandfather, and though its foundations were ancient, its magic was strong and furnishings just as ornate and lavish as the rest of the palace.
Loki sat in the same cell as he had before, waiting. He sat close to the “window” of magic and leaned his head against the wall, tracing the runes that glowed across the window with his finger. Like always, he thought of Caedra. Though he knew she was safe wherever she was, he still longed to have her back.
He’d heard no word from Thor since he had been locked away. He expected it wouldn’t be much longer until Thor had decided his fate and would sentence him. Loki had little hope that Thor would show him any mercy. Though often in the past his brother had tried to reason with him and give him another chance, Loki was sure that Thor would not show him clemency this time. He should never have, but then again
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You’ve seen how much Loki cared with the way he stared at you after the moment you released him from his misery, even though you already made a mental note to yourself about how indifferent he seemed after Thor’s words and your confession. It was a sting to your soul, yet another knife in your heart that you couldn’t recognize after so many daggers were thrust through it. Was it simply his shock after what’s happened to him or was he actually disappointed in you for some reason? You landed on the familiar entrance where you breathed in fresh air just a little while ago. You almost twirled around yourself with the way you landed. You couldn’t balance yourself because your feelings were pulling your strings around too much. You breathed out deeply and turned around and once more felt like twirling. You jumped back seeing the golden figure of Heimdall and remembered Thor’s remark about him not leaving his spot on the Bifrost other than threatening situa
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His hands were shaky.
As if his godly porcelain body was not of his kind, for a moment it felt like he was a timid human boy you had a crush on for so long that you finally managed to open up to each other and this was your first hug. His big yet weak hands were still around you and you could feel the pleasant icy feeling down your spine—how you yearned for his touch was unexplainable; you came back to your senses when his hands brushed and fell from your shoulder. You pulled yourself and looked into his eyes and your heart started to race because it’d been too long since you saw them, “his” emerald eyes. The worry in them was yet another dagger in your heart and it made your eyebrows curl just like his beautifully ordered ones. Loki’s thin lips parted gently and you knew he was going to tell you something but you stopped him with your erratic whisper.
“I will save you, don’t say anything. I will save you…” you squeezed his arms ti
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You and Steve landed inside your chambers. It was also where you had the strange dream about Loki that proved to be very accurate per se now that you thought about it. You didn’t let constant teleportation take the best of you; you stood stronger than you’d ever done for him because you knew how stupid you were for almost throwing away your life before. You let out a big gasp as you tried to keep Steve steady with your awkward landing and he looked around himself with amazement trying to figure out what you just did. You gave out a forced chuckle while searching in his eyes.
“I’m sorry about that but I had to do this, I need to talk to you alone. I don’t think they will understand me” your chuckle left its place to sadness as your eyes scanned over your Mythology dictionary lying on the table, you took a couple subtle steps towards it while Steve took a step towards your bed to sit and gather himself.
“I am about to freak out, just what is goin
Lokixteenage!reader prologue Today is like any other day as you mindlessly wander around Stark Tower, wondering how to annoy Tony when he next visited. He was barley ever here. No one was ever really here or at least not on this floor. Natasha would come to visit from time to time. She was kinda like an older sister to you, but she was normally out on missions while you were stuck here. You were never allowed to go on missions.Lokixteenage!reader prologue2 years ago in Romance More Like This
It was only a few months after the New York incident and Tony had already finished rebuilding Stark tower. It probably would have gone faster if Pepper hadn't refused to do more the 12% of the work. As soon as rebuilding was finished Nick Fury stuck you in here. You weren't even sure why you were here. You weren't related to Tony, or any of the Avengers, or anyone at SHIELD. You were just an agent. Well kinda. You had been raised by SHIELD. You didn't know your parents and the closest the thing you had to a father was Fury. You had started training at a ver
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“Jotunheim?” Thor repeated. “Why would they go there?”
Loki gave a slight shrug. “Undoubtedly they did not intend to. You said Sif attacked him before he could set down the last stone. Having to make such a hurried escape and being rather distracted, he set down the wrong stone.” He glanced from the “Jotunheim” stone in his hand to the “Midgard” stone Thor held. “They look similar enough.”
Again Thor glanced down to the stone in his hand as he wondered what exactly he should now do. The obvious answer was to go to Jotunheim, but it would take at least a few days before all the necessary preparations could be made – not counting the overall danger of even going to Jotunheim. With the Bifrost gone, dark energy was the only way to travel between realms, and there were only a select few who could use such magic – a select few that included Loki.
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A Midgardian Vacation: Loki Oneshot
It had started in the mid-summer, on the hottest day in recent memory. But the heat meant very little to Jane Foster as she paced the space of her bedroom for the fiftieth time. She was absolutely and completely conflicted. The woman's left hand rapidly brushed her hair away from her face, while her right convulsively clutched her cellphone.
"This is a bad idea,"the woman muttered to herself as she once more glanced down at the mobile in her palm. "This is a really bad idea."
With this established realization, Jane promptly flopped onto her bed with a sigh. Her predicament was dire, and her resolve was fading more and more with each passing minute. Her quandary was this: Every summer her two nieces Anna and Cassie came for a week long visit, where the three of them would spend time together seeing the sights and having fun. But this year was different. Because this year, there were two Asgardians staying with
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In the beginning, there was nothing. Nothing but eternal space and emptiness. A universe ready to sustain life and allow it to thrive. The silence was deafening, and yet, there was no one to hear it. No one alive.
Then came the thunderous roar of one being. One being that would become the ancestor of all men, gods and demons alike. But his hands and the hands of his children, Odin, Vili, and Vé, they fashioned nine realms or what we know as today as the universe.
The higher tier consisted of Asgard, the realm of the gods, Vanaheim, realm of the Vanir gods, Alfheim, realm of the light elves.
In the middle tier was Midgard, realm of the mortals, Jötunheim, the realm of the Ice Giants, and Svartalfheim, the realm of the Dark Elves.
In the lower tier, the tier forgotten by all mortals and not acknowledged by the gods of Asgard, was Nilfheim, the realm of ice and mist, Helhiem, the realm of the dead, and
Muspelheim, the realm of the Fire Giants.
The gods of Asgard, being the most
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Loki stood on the balcony adjoining his chambers, gazing out across the city with a grave expression. It was as beautiful a day as possible in Asgard, but he did not seem to notice. He didn’t seem to notice anything, for his mind was only focused on one thing – Caedra. What had become of her and Sif? Thor had set out after them the prior evening and if all had gone well he should have already returned. But he was not back yet, which only left Loki to wonder what had happened. Not knowing was driving him mad.
He fingered a piece of fruit between his slender fingers before releasing it to fall to the ground far below. He’d not had much of an appetite since he had been locked in his room. Loki pulled another grape of the vine and let it fall. Grapes were Caedra’s favorite sort of fruit. The child would eagerly eat any she was given, at any time. Loki could only give a faint smile at remembering. He missed her dearly.
“Loki?” he heard Frigga
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As Loki’s feet touched the cold, icy ground of Jotunheim, he fell suddenly to his knees, gasping for air. He could feel his strength leaving him – the price he had paid to travel through realms. Such magic was costly regardless, but added to that was the fact that Loki had not used any spell nearly so powerful in a very long time. He was therefore out of practice and had no doubt used far more energy than was necessary.
Loki stayed crouched for a few more moments, trying to gather enough strength to stand. Slowly, he lifted his head and looked at his surroundings. Jotunheim really didn’t look all that much different to him.
Jotunheim’s landscape still had icy mountains and spires of dark rock and ice. Now, many of those spires had been leveled and made to be little more than fallen pillars in the snow around him. Vast crevices and trenches snaked off into the distance, revealing just how much damage this realm had suffered, both in the war fought lon
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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
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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.
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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.”
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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
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"Don't you worry sweetie," Your mother said gently, sitting across from you with a mug of coffee in her hands,"It won't be bad. This school is very good, and many of the graduates go on to do great things."
You nodded nervously, looking around. You and your family just moved to the middle of nowhere from Conneticut. The trip long, tiring, and a blur; you were pretty sure this place wasn't even on the map. Your father was in the military, and had just left on active duty. Your and your mother had yet to unpack everything, so the new house was cluttered with boxes, few barely unpacked with packing peanuts and old newspaper littering the floor.
You had never heard of the school your mother had registered you for: Yggdrasil Highschool for the Gifted. You found the name, confusing, and annoying. It made you sound like a special needs teenager, you were glad you didn't have friends. Although moving around a lot, you didn't get any chances to make long lasting friends. You knew eventu
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In one all too lucid and agonizing moment, the six year old ____ was lying broken and bloodied on her kitchen floor. Her aged gaze was dulled, with no glimmer of hope like any other child her age would have. Comforting lullabies and the loving warmth of a family was replaced by unreliable meals, the constant roar of an argument and the cold, unfeeling fists that pounded her into the lifeless shell she had become.
Why can’t it all just go away?
Why can’t I just go away?
I want to leave.
I hate it here.
And then, in another far more fragile, dream like moment, the six year old ____ was lying on a bed of crimson spider lilies. Crumpled beneath her, the feather touch of their petals was soothing, ghostly. Not tangible enough for her to believe she was no longer in that wretched place. Her sole comfort was the heavy sile
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The door leading to the cell where Loki was kept opened, and two S.H.I.E.L.D. agents came in, escorting a young woman. Loki watched, intrigued to see this girl, for she was hardly more than that, being brought here. She looked to be maybe nineteen, and more than likely did not work for S.H.I.E.L.D. Not that Loki doubted the organization having such young recruits, but this girl watched the two guards with a special hatred in her eyes. It was one that could not be imitated, even by the best of actors.
Loki remained standing near the “bed” of his cell as the door slid open and the girl was rather forcefully pushed in. She stumbled a bit as her foot caught on the last step, and fell to her knees in the cell. The door slid closed behind her and the guards walked away silently. She was alone with Loki.
The girl kept her head down, her dark, messy hair covering most of her face. She stayed still and silent.
Loki was genuinely curious to know why this girl had been