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With helmet and spear
I am Loki of Asgard, god of mischief and fire, trickster of the Aesir and Jotunn.

I am like fire, friend and foe in one.

{Indie RP account for Loki, will likely mostly be based on the actual mythology but also partly on the Marvel films.}
Timelines:

Marvel: Pre-Avengers

Otherwise probably post being banished for corrupting Höðr to kill Baldr
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gloryandvictory:

“Mortals can be unreasonable sometimes, but they possess qualities that are quite admirable, but they are mostly prone to err, and this could either be their downfall, or it could be a blessing in disguise.” Se noticed the way he called mortals angry little insects, and she knew he held some sort of contempt for them, or so she felt.

"I have yet to see them achieve anything even close to what gods have created over time." He merely shrugged, arms folding before his chest. "As of now, they’re nothing but a waste of space, as so many other things. We shared knowledge with them for nothing. It is quite fun to watch them.. play with fire, metaphorically and literally, though."

(Source: helmettrickster)

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companionofgods:

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Aye, but grudges can hold one back and make your spirit heavy. If you wish to move forward with life, you must let those grudges go. Otherwise you’re trapped in the past, unable to truly live up to one’s potential. That’s plenty reason to not hold a grudge. I was once Thor’s warhammer, but in this form I am able to know and understand more. And I wished to apologize for any pain and trouble I may have caused. I hold no grudges against you.

I don’t want your apology. You’ve been a mere tool and have yet to prove any worth in my views. You haven’t achieved anything and used to always have something leading you. How do you expect to just live as an actual breathing being? What gives you the feeling that you can even make any decisions yourself without Thor’s leading hand? Oh, but I am curious. Amaze me. Show me how a hammer copes with life.

(Source: helmettrickster)

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thebiancasolderini:

“A blood drinker,” Bianca replied with proud dignity. “A vampire, as they call it now amongst mortals.”

The fact that he came from another planet piqued her curiosity even more, and she canted her head, holding back the deluge of questions she wished to ask, but decided that it was better to ask one by one—or two.

“I must say that it is wonderful and fascinating to know that there is such a place that exists. All this time I was ignorant. Do you think it is possible for someone, or anyone to go to Asgard?”

"A vampire, oh?" His lips curled up into a devious smirk, an eyebrow raising at the same time. "Yes, I’ve encountered one before, Quite… interesting beings."

It had been quite some time since he’d encountered that woman - what had her name been again? However.. he remembered their conversations vaguely and his curiousity about her way of living. That seemed to have vanished by now, though.

"You lot tend to be. If I’m informed correctly, you used to be mortal, too. And probably are, though I’m yet to know how to kill a vampire. Asgard is not open to everyone, only the Aesir and special invited guests are welcome within those halls."

(Source: helmettrickster)

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thebiancasolderini:

“I believe you, for I have known a god and a cherub, but are lost to me now. I know not where they are and elude my grasp when I try to find them. I never believed in such until I was turned into it.” she said, partially revealing to her what she was, but not as much as she would like to.

“Immortals walk this earth, a mixture of gods, demons, angels and monsters. Some say my kind are one of these, some say all.” she said with a slight shrug. “Might I ask where Asgard is? I do not think it is found on any map that I have seen, or in the places of which I visited.”

"Many strange creatures walk these realms, no doubt." A pity he was no friend of sharing. Whoever came in his way was nothing but unnecessary weight and trouble. "So, tell me, what might you be?" Since there was no point in playing about, he just decided to ask her up front.

"Ah, yes, I know. Not all are immortal, though. Many a being is just unaware of just how they can die. Murder is not always as easy as one might deem it." He gave a short nod. "Asgard is one of the realms of Yggdrasil, the world tree. It is, as Midgard, a planet, as you call it."

(Source: helmettrickster)

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darcy-will-taser-you:

*she giggled softly* That sounds like a pretty good description of Thor. Me, I tend to think of him as a puppy. A dumb, destructive, golden retriever puppy. *she paused for a moment, chewing on her lip* You know, dogs were never my favorite.

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Mhhh, agreed. He’s always been somewhat bound to merely running into things or hitting them until they seemed to be fitting for him. [He grinned, raising an eyebrow] Oh, I can’t quite say anything against any kind of hound, they’re merely somewhat daft. Loyal, but dim.

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gloryandvictory:

“Not all are as you say, greedy and selfish. Do not assume all are.” Nike said, tilting her head. “Sometimes it cannot be helped, we share this world and we are sometimes bound to meet.”

"We do. Alas, I don’t do well at sharing." He raised an eyebrow, lightly shrugging. "They follow a pattern. Not only gods do, mind you, though we are the ones that move things. Mortals are nothing more but.. angry little insects."

(Source: helmettrickster)

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companionofgods:

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Someone must be happy, you seem far to upset for one who is lucky to be alive Loki. And what is wrong with a powerful object speaking with you? It is the fact that I’m able to speak that makes me so jolly. Do not tell me you hold a grudge against whatever I’ve done to you in my past form.

Grudges? Of course I hold grudges. It’s those not holding grudges that make things so difficult, those believing that there’s good in everything. You were an object and you only have a mouth now and don’t look like Thor might just pick you up to smash somebody’s head anymore. There’s no reason for me not to hold any grudges.

(Source: helmettrickster)

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gloryandvictory:

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“You say that as if it is something that is not pleasant to you,” Nike remarked, her brows furrowing slightly. “Yes, the goddess of Victory. Greetings to you as well.”

"I don’t particularly enjoy meddling with other pantheons," he merely replied, shrugging lightly. "Gods are greedy and incredibly selfish beings, my own kinsmen are exhausting enough."

(Source: helmettrickster)

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darcy-will-taser-you:

I’ll be sure to be on the lookout for those things then. *she grinned softly, her eyes following his hands until they disappeared behind his back* Well, that’s because you think before you clobber. And yeah … Repeatedly punching … That’s certainly more Thor’s thing. *she chuckled softly, shaking her head*

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Sometimes I wonder if he is actually capable of producing logical thoughts.. he tended to simply punch and ask later, which is just a cruel kind of attitude. [He chuckled softly, lightly sighing] It hardly surprises me that Odin saw him unfit to be a king.

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thebiancasolderini:

“Hmm,” Bianca murmured, and though she knew not to cross this god she also knew to not underestimate him as well. Did he know what she was? OR did he think that she was a mortal? Bianca couldn’t also help but wonder how he could so easily say that he was a god when there were people who would not easily believe him but rather call him out as a madman.

She would not ask him about his banishment. That was for him to tell her if he wished, and not for the prying questions of her curiosity. “If you do not mind me asking, why do you think I should believe you? signor Loki?”

His gaze was still following her every movement, even the light shifts in her expression did not go unnoticed. If Loki was trained in one thing, then it was watching and observing. However, he still didn’t have much of a good feeling about this being. She seemed odd and everything but worthy of his trust just yet, maybe never.

"Believe me about what?", he merely replied. "The Aesir, the banishment or me being a god? Whichever you might pick, I care not about your beliefs. It is your choice to believe what you will, I only make my own judgement out of your decision." And that might be fatal, depending on how she would behave in the near future.

(Source: helmettrickster)