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 - Request1 year 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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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 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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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“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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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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You let go of Tony and turned to face lady Eir’s worried complexion. She put away the empty bowl and slowly walked back to where you were sitting with the lucky man next to you; she took a seat in front of you and started to wrap her hand that she had to cut again to save mortal lives. She gave a graceful smile to both of you and Tony seemed very uncomfortable returning her curious gaze.
“Did Freyja try to enforce the idea that Skadi was innocent to you as well, lady ____(y/n)?” she said with a dull face and continued to wrap her hand.
“How did you know that? And she really seemed sure that her mother was innocent, I heard that she sent you here for some reason too” you told her with a frown and adjusted the awkward straps going around you that bothered your shoulders.
“Yes, she did for I disagreed with her opinion. She’s blinded to see the truth, the truth that our father has fallen by Skadi’s hand, her own weapon—which is behind y
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I know the story is getting more tangled, I'll leave a note in the description about it.
There was a brief silence as everybody waited for the Thunderer to say something about what was happening. You knew the Avengers were more clueless than you considering they weren’t there to listen to Odin and his captivating story of Skadi’s dramatic life. Thor’s eyes scanned around him in worry, but the worried expression was already gone from his face when his eyes landed on his brother who stood very erect and still—not trying to keep his eyes from his. You felt that Thor’s frown was the hint giving away how upset he seemed with him but somehow you couldn’t catch hatred in his sky blue eyes; it was as if malice would never be nurtured in his big heart.
“I cannot tell you everything here my friends. We do not know what purpose Thanos had leaving my brother behind in our care” Thor took a couple thoughtful steps towards the God of Mis
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“____(y/n)?” you heard Natasha’s hesitant voice echoing in your ears as you kept staring at Tony completely frozen with overwhelming guilt. He didn’t seem like he had any idea of what was going on and your silence was surely making everyone uneasy around you. Thor slightly shook you while your eyes slowly filled with tears. You killed Tony Stark because you tried to save him, was that it? Were you foolish to think you could change the future?
“When I saved Tony, I did so by mixing my own blood with his because I had lady Eir’s blood flowing inside me. But my blood has…” you swallowed the rest of the sentence in your disappointment in yourself for not thinking your actions through at all. You felt Thor’s grasp tightening on your arm.
“You mixed your radioactive blood with mine?!” Tony shrieked and seemed quite sweaty under the suit. You walked towards him very fast and took a hold of his arm, giving every single one of y
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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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You suddenly appeared in Stark Tower.
"Okay... that seemed to work" You giggled and smiled.
"_______!" Tony shouted as he popped up from behind his bar, Tony smiled at you happily, "hey! Where have you been?" Tony asked.
"Long story..." You giggled.
Tony chuckled, "Come apparently everyone else is at your house, so let me give you a ride..." Tony smirked.
"I'll race you" You smirked and disappeared.
"Hey... no fare...." Tony crossed his arms and pouted, "and... how did you do that...?" Tony asked as he looked around the room, "right... talking to myself" Tony sighed, "I'm here if you want to talk sir" Jarvis said.
"No I don't feel like talking to a robot right now" Tony said as he walked to his limo.
The sister of Loki Laufeyson 1"Morning Lexi." I turned away from the kitchen counter to see Clint walking into the kitchen, his uniform already on. "Hey, Clint. You hungry?" Clint nodded. "Mmmkay. Jarvis? Can you make us some breakfast?" "Certainly Alexis." I sat down as the kitchen whirred to life, following Jarvis' unspoken orders. Me and Clint chatted about The Avengers training. He was teaching me how to use a bow and arrow and I was getting better. We trained together a lot and we had become good partners. I was also good partners with Natasha and Tony.The sister of Loki Laufeyson 11 year ago in General Fiction More Like This
A couple of seconds later, Tony appeared in the kitchen, "Mm smells good." I looked at him, a smile indicating I wasn't being rude, "Then get Jarvis to make you some." He smiled back, the twinkle in his eyes telling me he could do this all day, "Why would I get Jarvis to do it when you could do...so much more." I rolled my eyes, trying to hide the ever so faint blush on my cheeks. I finished my breakfast, put my plate in the sink and walked towards the door, "I
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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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Kaneki X Reader- Devour
It would have been too easy. Easy to lure you, trick you, seduce you and he almost succeeded too.
"Hello, I've noticed you staring at me for a while now... I'm Kaneki Ken. It's a pleasure meeting you~"
"O-oh! I'm sorry I didn't mean to... I'm (l/n) (Name)!" He watched you flush lightly, he could almost feel your warm blood pulsating beneath your thin layer of skin.
He bit his lip and extended a hand out to you, a fake charming smile plastered on his face. "Don't be sorry, I've been doing the same, I couldn't help but notice how beautiful you are (l/n)-san."
This time you flushed bright red and Kaneki smirked inwardly. How could this be so easy? You were so naive. Just like he was not too long ago.
"T-thank you! Just call me (Name)"
"Likewise, How about you and I go get a cup of coffee sometime, (Name)?"
"S-Sure! Here's my number!" He grinned as he watched you frantically scribble down your number onto a napkin.
He gently took your hand and wrote down his number,
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haired man before the
game against Shutoku started. Seirin was playing against Shutoku, due to a bet that the
losing team must buy the winners dinner.
"O-okay..." You replied with hesitation. What did he have to say? You've known him ever
since transferring to Seirin 4 months earlier. You quickly formed a bond with him through
Riko, being in the same class as her and following her to their practices everyday and
meeting the basketball players. You've had admired his skills and enjoyed watching Kagami
practice. You have never seen the team play against another teem, so you decided to watch
As you watch from the indoor balcony of the Seirin gym (along with some other fans/school
girls) You notice Kagami scanning the balcony, with fire in his eyes. He was determined to
win. As you ponder on what he said earlier, "When our team wins..." When. He must have the
assurance of winning if he said "
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"Iero, you do realize that you are currently dribbling all over your jeans right?"
"Huh, what, I…oh…" I quickly wiped my mouth with the back of my hand and shifted my gaze from Gerard Sexiest-Guy-on-Earth Way back to Ray and Mikey.
"Dude, you look like you pissed your pants!" Mikey snickered.
I flipped him off and wiped napkins across my lap. Ugh. Gerard Hot-as-Hell Way always had that effect on me… I usually limited my staring to when I was alone but today, I just couldn't resist. His jeans were sagging like halfway down his butt for God's sake, and the sleeveless grey shirt he was wearing was showing way too much skin! So I was trying to get a sneak a stare while eating lunch with my supposed "best friends."
But I guess I hadn't been very subtle. Ray's eyes were going back and forth between me and Gerard Impossibly-Perfect Way's table a