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You slowly lowered your head into your hands, the sensation that consumed it equivalent to that of a thousand tiny hammers pounding on the inside of your skull. You shut your sore eyes, unsure of how the situation could possibly get any worse.
“Come,” The Enchantress said quietly. Your head snapped up, unsure if you heard the kindness in her voice or if, perhaps, it had been something you imagined. She gave you a small comforting smile, holding a hand out to you.
You reached out a shaky hand, placing it in hers. She pulled you up and for once, walked side by side with you as she brought you back to your cell.
“I apologize for my behavior earlier,” She clasped her hands in front of her before continuing, “I only wanted to be sure that you were the one.”
“The one, what?” You asked, unsure if she was being sincere or if she was trying to pull one over.
She looked out at you from the corner of her intense green eyes before giving you a sly sm
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.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