Part Sixteen of The Fixers
Bucky wasn’t too surprised to see Katherine with Hel. However, he was surprised by how she seemed to quiver in the goddess’s wake.
Loki stepped forward.
“Daughter, I never meant to betray you. I only wanted the witch to go; the others will stay.”
Bucky was surprised by that; Loki had seemed like a nice guy, and he had helped them out.
Of course, that had only been a temporary thing.
Something shifted into shape to Bucky’s left. The demonic thing that followed Katherine around like a lost puppy had changed into a man.
Bucky felt a shiver go down his spine.
The demonic spirit had turned into The General from Bucky’s days as a Russian assassin.
The General was taller than Bucky, and he wore an army uniform and a red hat. He smiled coldly at Bucky.
“Hello, Soldat. It’s good to see you again. You haven’t aged a day.”
Natasha noticed what had happened to Bucky. He had tensed up at something.
“It appears the demons of your past have emerged, Mr Barnes,” she purred.
Natasha walked over to Bucky and gently out an arm around his shoulders.
She recognised the man in front of them; he was the one who had brainwashed her into believing she was a ballerina.
“James, they’re just playing a dirty trick on you. Don’t engage, ok?”
At that moment, the ground shook beneath them.
A wolf’s howl could be heard from the outside of the palace.
“It is starting,” Thor said quietly.
“What’s starting?” Sam asked.
Sigyn, concerned: L-Loki?
Loki, oblivious: yes, dear?
Sigyn: did you… teach the children… how to… kill people?
Loki: why yes! ‘Twas at their age my father thought me such things
Sigyn, backing away slowly: o-oh, Okay, 🥲
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Loki loves you🖤
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My comment section is starting to turn on Loki in a big way, and it's hilarious.
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Tell me why my mother just triggered my fucking religious trauma.
Mom: "Well, I just don't want you to lose your salvation!"
Me: *someone who is now involved with a deity and friends with others* "Yeah, we don't have to worry about that."
But still, it just conjured up images of Hell (not the cool Hel) and all that other shit, and I ain't about that anymore. But the fact that it did sent me into a spiral.
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eh, just weeding out the weak
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I am in LOVE with the Loki show 💚💛
"What can I say? I'm a mischievous scamp" -Loki 💚
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My relationship with Loki in a nutshell:
“Loki no please go”
“Sick of ya, b!tch!!!!!!!!!!111!!!1!!!!!!1!!”
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The Loki fam is a group that consists of
Sometimes Thanatos is regarded as part of the Loki fam.
Because none of the Æsir and Vanir like them Loki and his kids usually sit together and are their own family. Because Baldur and Tyr are the only people who care about what happens to Loki and his kids, they are part of the family.
Fenris and Jormungandr are best friends, Baldur and Loki are together, Hel is Sleipnir’s protector and big sister, And Tyr is there because he knows they are all good people.
This is the definition of found family.
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I just accidentally called Máni "Magni" and I feel so bad. ;-;
Please don't be upset, Máni.
Sometimes I cry for the myths I discover.
So many end in unfair endings, so many die and we never really get closure.
I don’t particularly cry for the story’s themselves, but the people who wrote them.
To the people who relate so terribly to the tales of Hercules trials of a grieving father, to fenrir being neglected by anyone but tyr who loses his friend in order to be just. To Apollo’s lost lovers and the death of achillies and Patroclus. To the people who cry along with me, those are the people I think of, and it just continues to happen like a broken record. These stories reign truth for centuries by the people who relate to them.
Maybe that is why they still have weight to them, because they reflect the feeling of being human in a way that is foreign yet familiar to us. Maybe we look up to them because they are immortal in a sense that we wish we were. That we wish we were as strong as them to share their traits and live on in their myths. Undying tales that we crave, yet they showcase having to continue even after the horrors of loss they suffer.
Maybe I’m just emotional tho, well I’ll never know.
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also someone reminded me that in asgardian years translated in earth years bla bla bla loki is like. 17 years old. and i already knew that!! i did!!!!! but considering the new content we're getting this shit slapped me like a sack of bricks hes a little boy
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v serious inquiry: if you draw parallels between Norse and Greek mythology, is Zeus the Greek equivalent of Odin or Thor??
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Odin and Loki are really playing up the two-man con sitch in my life at present, and all I can say to them is "thank you".
I'm still not entirely sure if there is indeed some ulterior motive transpiring here — oh, nooo, they tell me ;) ,) — but at this point, I appreciate so much what they've been teaching me.
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Toward the beginning of Trickster God, Darcy and Loki find themselves somewhere scary, with art deco arches and cobblestone streets, at a train station under the sort of bridge people go to get mugged.
Bit tough to photograph when the doors are open for five entire seconds, but this is where they wound up after leaving New Mexico.
This is Gateway, if you were wondering as well.
this pride month, after finally reading mcga and reaching enlightenment, i offer u: fierrochase 🌈✨
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My main man gave me this article today. It's a good one.
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JUNE 2021 ACTIVE LOKI BLOGS!!
it is so hard to find ACTIVE loki devotee blogs. reblog if you are a norse pagan / work with any of the norse gods.
loki worshippers especially!!! the new show is making ALL the tags impossible to navigate. let’s find each other !!
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