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Loki (Scenesys ID: 138)
"The trickster's function is to break taboos, create mischief, stir things up. In the end, the trickster gives people what they really want, some sort of freedom."
Full Name: Loki Laufeyson
Gender: Male
Species: Frost Giant
Theme: Marvel (VFC)
Occupation: Prince of Asgard
Citizenship: Kingdom of Asgard
Residence: Asgard City, Asgard
Education: Privately Tutored
Status: Approved
Groups: Mystic Arts-OOC, Pantheon Assembly, Space-OOC
Other Information
Apparent Age: Actual Age:
Date of Birth 31 October Actor: Tom Hiddleston
Height: 193 cm (6'4") Weight: 238 kg (524 lb)
Hair Color: Chestnut Eye Color: Green
Theme Song: "Chemical Warfare" by Dead Kennedys


Loki Odinson of Asgard and Jotunheim. The God of Chaos, Trickery, Lies. He is known to have attempted to enslave New York during a bout of youthful exuberance. It was a a dire effort with repercussions that shook the world at the time and led to the Avengers being formed. Since that time he has laid low paid for his crimes at least to the appeasement of his father and family. But the mortals may carry a grudge of some sort, assuredly.

Current Player Approved: May 08, 2024



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Long, curly, raven-black hair falls upon the shoulders of the man that stands before you. His angular face and haughty expression looks upon you with appraising, emerald green eyes, cold and emotionless. His handsome visage reflects the arrogant demeanor of someone who always seems to know the answer. To everything. Tall, over 6'3" in height, and lithe, the man moves with a grace and precision that would rival the most versatile of Gods. He appears to be young, in his 30s, little revealing that the man was several hundred, if not thousands, of years old.

Loki is currently wearing dark black and emerald green leathers, form fitting and comfortable. Gold, metallic armour highlights permeat the dark colours, giving a brighter cast to the outfit. His long overcoat reflects the same colours as his pants and his tunic. The material is Asgardian, and able to withstand the harshest elements. His boots appear to be well worn, dark black and emerald in colour, and comfortable.


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Despite what legend tells you, King Laufey of Jotunheim and Queen Farbauti had a son. Let that be a lesson to you humans twist facts in favour of good storytelling. Along came a terrible war yet again with the mighty realm of Asgard, and they cast aside their tiny infant son to die when Odin the All-Father struck. He took the child away to be raised as his own son in Asgard, sharing the royal nursery and tutors with Thor Odinson and, later, Balder.

Due to my princely rank, I spent much of my time fighting and exploring as royal brothers do. Fighting with my brother is a pointless activity and I finally smartened up, seeing another path to power and respect. Frigga, the queen and my mother, taught me sorcery as she saw my intellect was wasted with sparring. I devoured her libraries and mastered my craft, sent to the best teachers in the Nine Realms. Magic would secure Asgard and my family's respect. So I liked to think, fool that I was.

My golden brother was the Asgardian image of a prince, attended by awestruck lackeys while I did the hard work. Second sons never get a break, and Mother's consolation only stretched so far. I resented he saw every problem as a nail for Mjolnir and shared no credit. Being the dark brother, the 'smart one' in a warrior culture, grows very wearying. So perhaps I played the part, pricked by resentment or simply boredom. Favouritism was hindering my growth.

I branched out into other dimensions. I bore court messages and schemes of my own, always in Asgard's service and sometimes in my own. Odin would welcome me back as often as he kept me at arm's length. The old man plays a cruel game, worse than any my detractors blame me for. He banished his own son. I rebelled, true, but how else was Thor going to return to his proper role required of him? Midgard has turned me into a dread enemy for ensorcelling a few humans in New York, but they gained the Avengers for it. As if my purposes are so petty or base. Alas, it takes great insight to see that, and so few people here have it.


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Loki is an extraordinarily complex individual, displaying the mask he wants the rest of the world to see. For all his apparently mercurial, extroverted ways, his behaviour is a highly calculated act. No one is welcome to see deeper than the surface except as he desires. He prefers a highly energetic, wry, charming demeanor with a trace of amusement. Rarely does he ever display anything close to his true colours, in part to make it easier for his opponents to vastly underestimate him and his allies to have little idea of what he's really up to. All the better given how utterly ruthless and ambitious he can be in an effort to prove himself to the universe at large. The chip on his shoulder is roughly the size of Pluto. Underneath he is a conflicted ball of desires and penchants, all ruled by an iron will and wounds inflicted by some fairly serious issues about his place in the world. Loki allows next to none to be privy to his innermost thoughts, though he is direly aware of his shortcomings, needs, and goals.


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Loki has the gift of All-Speak, allowing him to communicate with any sentient being in its own tongue. This understanding extends into his mental magics, like telepathy.

For all intents and purposes, Loki became Asgardian the moment Odin officially adopted him. The rituals performed by the All-Father using the Odinforce irrevocably altered him at the molecular level, adding all the inherited traits of the Aesir race to his enhanced attributes as a jotun. He is entirely unique among his people, however, for all the traits he shares.

As an Asgardian, he enjoys a greatly enhanced lifespan and supernatural durability, strength, agility, and stamina. Though he is slimmer than the average Asgardian male, he doesn't lack for the physical gifts of his kind. His genetic makeup renders him practically immune to any toxins, poisons, diseases, and illnesses, although he can certainly be affected by magical deleterious conditions -- a good reason he doesn't cross certain lords of Hell or Hela often.

Among the Ten Realms, Loki has one of the most gifted minds known. In Asgard, his intelligence is a barely concealed state secret, and cause for perpetual concern for Odin. What yardstick can measure a man able to outwit the Norns and fathom the patterns of Ragnarok, devise elaborate spells, and perceive the plots and schemes woven for millennia by supernatural beings after merely brushing up against them? He mastered lifetimes of sorcery in his adolescence and honed his intellect to razor sharpness, compensating for his physical limitations. He reacts long before others even notice a problem. The altered structure of his mind allows him to maintain several thought processes simultaneously. Frequently he uses magic to enhance his comprehension, sensory perception, and reaction times.

Unlike the Asgardians, Loki may be truly immortal. He does not share their dependency on the apples of Idunn to prevent aging, but naturally ages at an incredibly slow rate. Extreme injury, decapitation or an obliterating force can temporarily kill him, but he will reincarnate as a new, uninjured body complete with his previous memories intact in a variable period of time. This fact he would rather not share with his enemies or allies, thank you.

Jotun Hybrid:
Jotun (frost giants) are the native race of Jotunheim ("Giant Home"), one of the Ten Realms and the eternal foes of Asgard. Loki was born as a frost giant but transfigured into an Asgardian by Odin. His frost giant physiology renders him immune to any kind of cold. Loki cannot be harmed by the ultra-cold temperatures of space or temperature fluctuations. He does not suffer hypothermia or frostbite, nor can his body be impacted by supernatural ice, cold or chill effects. In fact, he can absorb sustained cold effects to temporarily boost his strength, stamina, and durability to inhuman levels during exposure. Loki is a devastating combatant in Antarctica or during a snowstorm on grounds of enhanced physical abilities. He does not suffer any penalties for warm environments, however.

He shares the royal jotun bloodline penchant for illusions, magnifying his potency to almost unparalleled heights. He is essentially more formidable than any Asgardian for casting illusionary magic, veils, glamours, and similar spells.

Loki is unrivaled as a sorcerer in Asgard, and among the finest spellcasters in the multiverse. He committed his life to mastering magic and there are precious few types he has not studied, including black magic, chaos magic, divine channeling, and a few types of his own devising.

He is capable of many great feats, including conjuring objects, throwing energy bolts, summoning the elements, summoning constructs or spirits and elementals, banishments, bans, flight, levitation, telekinesis, astral projection, and teleporting or interdimensional travel. He can call on extradimensional entities to empower his spells or channel demons, gods, and other odd forces. He creates powerful wards able to span a realm, dispellations, mystic shields, curses, doppelgangers, and illusions so accurate and intense they can confound Odin. His expertise is subtle magics like thoughtcasting and psychic blocks. His mind magic replicates any psionic feat from telepathy and telekinesis to awakening memories or fabricating them and outright mental domination by player consent.

He can manipulate objects and people by altering reality at the atomic level, reshaping them or completely changing their structure. If he can think of it, well, he can probably do it. He can empower inanimate objects to life or grant superhuman attributes to others, though he rarely does.

Magic Sight:
Loki constantly perceives magical flows around him. He naturally recognizes the auras of magic items, beings, and spells. His perception is so sensitive he can detect the slightest perturbation from miles away. The state of Asgard's wards and magic he can sense even when in other realms. Concentration allows him to distinguish inactive and active effects, their likely effect, strength, caster, and plenty of other useful information. Because of his chronic sensitivity, he can be momentarily stunned by powerful spells or effects.

Loki's form is entirely fluid depending on his preferences. He can alter discrete features or his entire appearance into anything his imagination allows at will. A natural shapechanger, he can adopt the likeness of animals, mythic beasts, alien physiologies, elementals, humanoids or inanimate objects among many other things. Once shifted, he is nearly indistinguishable from a native creature. Loki obtains the natural abilities inherent to his form, though he cannot duplicate the divine abilities of other gods. His sorcerous powers, however, may fully simulate these.

Loki maintains his shifted shape even when knocked unconscious, incapacitated or injured. Any spell, mutation, curse or effect that affects his shape does not permanently alter him, and he can shapeshift back. It is, however, taxing to constantly rearrange his volume, mass, and appearance.

Superhuman Durability:
Asgardian physiques tend to be thrice as dense as a human, rendering Loki considerably heavier than a human of comparable size. His superhumanly dense tissue resists damage to varying degrees: he is all but immune to mundane weapons and bashing damage and falling damage, extreme depths or temperature. He can shrug off gunfire and impacts at great speed. Loki's physiology blended with his natural defensive magics give him great resilience against missile hits and high-powered energy blasts at point blank range from other extremely powerful mystics.

Given sufficient preparation, he conceivably can absorb energy attacks and add these to his available pool to cast from, limiting his own personal magic use. Loki isn't invulnerable to weaponry, however; in particular, uru weapons or the Twilight Sword of Surtur, both heavily enchanted, have been demonstrated to do a fair bit of damage.

Superhuman Speed:
Loki's agility far exceeds his overall strength. His reflex times are vastly superior to Asgardians and humans alike, aided in no small part by his perception. He moves with considerable speed on the ground. At a dead run, he exceeds any baseline human by volumes, and dodges projectiles or blows that ought to hit. He demonstrates a level of flexibility, coordination, and fine motor skill enhanced by centuries of spellcasting.

Superhuman Stamina:
Loki functions at superhuman levels far greater than any human. He does not produce fatigue toxins, weaken or tire for weeks. While in peak performance, he requires very little sustenance or sleep. His metabolism grants far greater endurance in physical activities, though when he finally does tire, the need to replace the spent energy and rest properly becomes considerable.

Superhuman Strength:
Loki possesses the greatly enhanced strength of an Asgardian and a jotun both. Though by no means the equal of Thor, he is capable of lifting at least 50 tons naturally. His augmented strength through spells or shapeshifting into a physically more impressive form may be substantially greater.

Time Manipulation:
Messing with time is difficult, costly, and exhaustive. Loki also happens to be proficient in temporal magic. These spells are exhausting to his resources when performed on the fly, whereas rituals can sustain the immense drain on focus and energy through wards and proper propitiations. Minor shifts like slipping out of sync to allow himself an advantage, like grabbing a gun or dealing with a speedster, cost far less than actually meddling by sending a projection of himself back nine centuries to leave a knife buried on an island off New York in the event he'll need it in three days to trade with a cosmic entity intent on biting off everyone's faces. The latter requires vast stores of energy, planning, and a hope and a prayer something doesn't go wrong and leave him lost in another dimension for a century.


Loki is the Trickster, the god of lies and stories. He can enthrall a crowd and hold harsh audiences captive when given to spinning a yarn. Any topic will do as long as he can tease out some kind of tension or interest from it. Often weaving mythical or historical elements, he comes into his own when truly fascinated by the subject at hand. So much of storytelling is reading the audience and drawing them in, allowing the seeds of an idea to form in their minds and let them think they devised the narrative. So it goes with the best of lies: use a bit of truth, sprinkle liberally with details, and allow it to form. A glib tongue doesn't mean making up things wholesale, though it can help.


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The second Prince of Asgard has a much lighter touch than his brother and father in matters of diplomacy. Taught by Frigga in the fine art of conversation and negotiations, Loki is prepared in every way to deal with foes across a table as much on the battlefield. He mastered the art of the fine word, appearing to give more than he receives. Defusing situations between tense supernatural powers with a vast degree of power is something of a stock in trade. Even when completely at odds with his brother or father, he will invariably show up to close ranks in Asgard's favour with a well-placed word or a frighteningly effective offer, often after completely undermining the other side's position and thoroughly investigating all their weaknesses. Loki thinks of diplomacy as the great game, one much more risky and tactically challenging than war. Anyone can swing a hammer from horseback. Can anyone convince an army of trolls to turn around and besiege their dark elf allies and then bring terror down upon a recalcitrant city state in his own name, using a kenning of their own prophesy-granting 'god'? That's a rare skill. And he knows it.

Loki has had the better part of three millennia to educate himself, access to the finest tutors and very few corners of the multiverse sealed off to him. Time and other dimensions are no barrier to him, and he actively seeks out knowledge new to him. He has a working command of multiple scientific fields, occult lore, psychology and social sciences, the arts, and the finer points of cooking, poetry, breeding night-flowering plants, and other quizzically bizarre topics simply because he never wants to be without an answer. He's a walking encyclopaedia with deep expertise on the denizens, phenomena, and natural world of the realms.

Loki is, perhaps, the finest sorcerer in Asgard short of the Odinforce-empowered All-Father. He ranks among the top tier casters of the Nine Realms, and unlike many of them, has the luxury of time to master the subject and plumb its depths. He, in his various incarnations, has studied topics that other casters would never dare - like black magic or light elf enchantments - and thoroughly explored all those skeletons in the mystical closet just to see what makes them tick. He is a heavyweight for understanding different traditions, magic items, and the ins and outs of how magic works. There are still areas he has only moderate experience in, but standing at the intersection of science, faith, and magic gives him an uncanny level of knowledge. The field is the one he feels most pressed to excel in to differentiate himself from other Asgardians, and there is damn well no stone to be left unturned.

Magnificent Bastard:
In conjunction with +wea Magnificent Bastard, Loki truly is a commanding, charming man with all the compelling warmth of a roaring fire in the hearth. People who know better cannot help but be attracted to him, moths to the incandescent flame. Worse, he knows exactly what his glittering charisma does to people, and he has absolutely no compunction about turning up the wattage to put on a show. Balanced between arrogance, bombast, sly wit, and stunning charisma, Loki makes the most seasoned attorneys sound like toddlers and celebrities seem like two-dimensional, flat characters. When he's on, he can eclipse the sun, and make others around him grateful for it. Silver tongued devil, he uses his wits and gift of the gab to keep even his affirmed enemies eating out of the palm of his hand. Let's be honest, it's /hard/ to resist someone good-looking, fascinated by you, and listening intently to your every word. Loki is rare among the Asgardians -- or anyone there -- in that his overdone quality tends to be an appealing affectation. He can damn well be the devil they know, and they love him for it anyways. It goes without saying he can convince and coerce people to follow his line of thinking without them ever realising he did it all along - even his staunchest enemies in the Asgardian court who keep a close watch on everything he does fall for his plans. Regularly.

Poke the beast, it forgets what it was doing to roar. It sounds a lot better in Asgardian, honestly. Loki has an alarming talent for getting a rise out of people. Most of this is timing rather than a fundamental understanding of human nature. Upset the fire giant emissary with a cutting barb about his mother being cinders, say. Give the slightest grin during a discussion and fluster someone he doesn't like. When someone needs to garner a reaction, he's the man.


Loki may not be the peer of his brother in stature or on the battlefield, but he had every minute of training and tutelage from the finest warriors Asgard, Vanaheim, and the Nine Realms could offer. He spent years in apprenticeship in Alfheim and among the dwarves of Nidavellir. Endlessly drilled in most weapons, he shows a distinct preference for swords, staves, and spears, and he is a master swordsman by anyone's gauge. Loki can hold off giants with his enchanted blade, Laevateinn, and inflict grievous damage even without augmentation from his spells. He is competent in heavier weapons and fighting with two blades, but he shines with finesse over raw brawn. He is an expert marksman with bows and augmented energy weapons, though he rarely chooses to use such things, favouring mystical bolts.

It's a rare day in Hel to see Loki reduced to fisticuffs, but as the disir (corrupted undead valkyries) learned to their regret, he is a fierce pugilist and martial artist, capable of curbstomping physically superior opponents through tactical strikes that immobilise, inflict pain, or take advantage of his greater speed. Loki's ability to shape-shift helps substantially too in a fight; he can change form and size to match an opponent.


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When he's in Odin's good graces, Loki has access to all the wealth and splendour that the golden realm can offer to its prince. When he's on the outs, he has to rely on his own resources squirreled away in various places.

Loki has his own personal store of artifacts and relics. Several of these properly belong to other people. He tends to keep rarer and dangerous objects that augment his spells or provide a get out of jail free card. They include Norn Stones and a staff that helps focus his spellcasting abilities. Several serve no good purpose at all, like summoning a dark elf wild hunt. He does have access to other items, such as those within vaults he currently has 'access' to, but doesn't carry these things around or have immediate access to them.

Loki has many, many connections in high places and low. He has spent a lifetime building up people to know, whether dark elf hunters or brain-eating squid people. You just never know when you need to call in a favour. He has no compunctions whatsoever about who he rubs shoulders with as long as it serves to benefit him or Asgard. Keeping his connections secret allows him to call on unexpected boons at the best of times, getting out of scrapes.

The Asgardians recognize Loki as their prince. He is blood brother to Thor Odinson and son of Odin by unbreakable bonds of power. Frigga sees him as her son. Balder is his brother. As much as Loki wants to reject his family most of the time, he can call on them for help and expect their wrath to fall on any who meddle. It's an issue of pride, and the line of Odin has far too much of that to spare. The greatest thorn in his side is also his greatest asset, sometimes.

Loki is -- fine, was -- rightly the heir to the throne of Jotunheim, the kingdom of the ice giants. At the moment of King Laufey's death, his claim was paramount. Giants don't exactly respect physical weakness and no one actually backed up his right, nor has he ever bothered to heavily press it. However, his wit, speed, and sheer power could very well force the frost giants to bend the knee or lend their assistance, especially if they saw some way to gain over Asgard and Muspelheim, their traditional enemies. Any favours in this direction are bound to be minor and not come cheap.

Loki's enchanted sword -- Damage Twig -- is an artifact of Asgard, a wickedly sharp blade called Laevateinn. The Thorn, as it's otherwise called, can inflict wounds that do not stop bleeding and it cuts through most armours and defensive enchantments. He can even use it to create upwellings of pure mana, often fueled by his own magic, in dead zones where no magic exists. He channels spells through the specially prepared and tempered uru metal -- the same material Mjolnir is made from -- and the blade can retain the spell far longer than a mundane substance will. Laevateinn is thus capable of slicing through most substances, striking ephemeral / incorporeal beings, and acting as a focus for his magic, honing it down to a laser beam comparatively. It can substitute for nearly arcane component except the most powerful. The Thorn could cross blades with an energy weapon as easily as a magic bolt.

Laevateinn is nearly unbreakable. It takes the shape of a one-handed sword.

Worse yet, the ancestral gift of this sword carries the weight of the Odinforce and blessing of the Norns for reasons unknown. Loki can summon it to his presence with only a thought.

Occult Library:
It goes without saying a sorcerer of his peerless ability has the library to match, and possibly superior to others of his status. He collects magical items, grimoires, rare components and trinkets from across the face of the universe, hunting through its dimensions to capture anything that might interest him. Several of his objects belonged in vaults of other powerful mystic entities like Dormammu, Hela, and Surtur. His collection does not exist in one place, but multiple ones, warded by deadly traps, subtle illusions, teleportation barriers, mundane poisons, and more. Conceivably some of the tomes in his possession have copies nowhere else, and his own transcriptions of dark magic, chaos magic, nature and elemental magics, and seidr have no parallels. He uses encrypted methods to write his spellbooks, further inhibiting people from understanding since Allspeak or a translation spell won't reveal his meaning. Paranoid? You don't say...


As a 3,000 year old immortal with a tendency to hop realms or get exiled by dint of his scheming, Loki keeps liquid and hard assets scattered throughout the Nine Realms. He has so many caches, he's partly forgotten about what is on hand. His safe houses always possess backup weapons, spells, rare herbs, healing salves, and magical bric-a-brac to help with a hard landing. On Earth, he maintains multiple accounts under different identities, caches with antiquities he can sell for immediate cash, and investments under dozens of names. Collectively these allow him plenty of filthy lucre needed to keep himself in the manner in which he is accustomed, bribe officials, and the like.


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More than anything, Loki wishes to be recognized as a rightful, proper prince of Asgard. Most of his plans and plots are meant for the good of Asgard -- and occasionally the greater universe. At the end of the day, he does what he thinks is right. An opponent might take advantage of this. Further, he thinks his view of matters is often clearer than other Asgardians too blinded by their ethics and traditional limitations. It's the height of arrogance, and another fault easily exploited.

Bah Humans:
As far as Loki is concerned, humans are beneath him as a dog is to a god. They may be instructed to do things and they show vestiges of intellect. En masse, they should be feared as an unpredictable force. Certain ones (Sorcerer Supreme, looking at you) demonstrate unnerving capabilities to put snarls in his plans. But Loki routinely underestimates them because he's a 3,000+ year old sorcerous god with 20 levels in badass. Humans usually get the best of him. His incarnations may learn.

Where can someone begin? At times the entire Asgardian court looks upon him with disfavour. Odin's constant bellwether opinion of his adopted middle son ranges from frostily cordial to blindingly outraged. Sif and the Warriors Three don't always have Thor's blindspot.

Add up the traditional rogues gallery for Asgard, and they are Loki's enemies too. Surtur, the king of Muspelheim, is among his greatest enemies. He distrusts Hela greatly, and has little love either for Karnilla. Dormammu, various Chaos and Hell Lords, and Mephisto all personally hate Loki given his ability to show them up. Though he might appear to cooperate with Malekith and various monarchs or powers in the Nine Realms, none of them are his true allies. His enemies would like nothing more than his head on a spike or occasionally his body in chains to make a point to Asgard.

Also bears noting, Loki is deeply envious of Thor, and his envy is built on an artificial perception rather than actual fact. Yes, Thor is beloved in Asgard, though not by every last soul under the sun. Plenty of regular Asgardians have problems with someone so damn awesome over them, his fame and his nature far too much for them. If Loki could ever learn to see past the shining demigod he's built out of Thor's reputation, he might see this. More significantly Thor does /not/ enjoy Odin's universal support and affection the way Loki seems to think he does. The All-Father is an ornery, bitter bastard all around and reserves his affection only for his wife, treating his children with equal parts disdain, disappointment, unrealistic demands, and the worst kind of patriarchal expectation. Is it any wonder they're constantly trying to undermine or overthrow him?

The Queen of Asgard is the only person who truly took Loki underwing, teaching him sorcery, valuing him as a person. In her eyes, he is something more than a burden. He loves her as no other. A word from her in his ear can change the line of his thinking. Disappointment in her eyes wounds him like a blade. A threat against her would warrant bringing down Ragnarok.

Magnificent Bastard:
He is manipulative, and excellent at his manipulations. Not a single member of the Asgardian court escapes his attention over the years, and he enjoys displaying his prowess in front of the sometimes humiliated victims. Nonetheless, his silver tongue is fully capable of getting him in trouble. Few people are going to accept 'It was just mischief' as an excuse when smarting from another of his plans. Yet he can still manipulate those who still know not to trust him, which only compounds the problem.

Loki's reputation as a trickster god precedes him through the Nine Realms. No one in their right mind thinks to trust his word, and they certainly would be fools to believe everything he says. There is little he can do to change this perception, evne when telling the honest truth.

It goes without saying he suffers from the seven deadly sins in turn, but his greatest sin is pride. Loki believes himself smarter, better, and infallible to a degree above and beyond his peers. Pride goes before a fall, they say, but they never met Lucifer Morningstar or Loki Laufeyson.

Public Identity:
Norse mythology calls Loki the god of mischief, and the surviving Eddas do not speak joyously of his good character. His exploits in legend have been known to western civilization for the better part of a thousand years. Anyone with an Internet connection can sift through the Lokasenna or that awful story about siring Odin's eight-legged steed, Sleipnir, which he absolutely did not do. Therefore, the moment Thor shouts 'Loki! Brother!' the gig is up and all the mythological stories preserved fall on his head.

Loki is a ruthless manipulator around erstwhile, temporary allies and utterly, unquestionably vengeful against certain foes of Asgard. His descent into these plans can totally derail his actual goals and blind him to everything else. Loki does not do things by half measures.


The world is a harsh, uncaring place. No one else will look out for Loki but Loki, and anyone else who claims to be protecting his interests is either deluded, mind controlled or lying through their teeth. He has a very hard time dropping his guard to relinquish an ounce of trust or control to others, though Thor may be the best placed to do it. His greatest sins are pride and envy. This definitely combines them both.


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Title Date Scene Summary
The Prince and the Paw-per. May 13th, 2024 Loki and Ivory renew their acquaintance in Da Club
A Devil, A God, and A Sinister all meet in a bar... November 18th, 2023 And the God regales the Devil and Sinister with a spun tale over whiskey and ale.
A Meeting of the Mystics March 30th, 2023 A few mystics congregate to one place and a little chaos ensues!
A god and a cat walk into a coffee shop June 21st, 2022 Summary needed
Have Wormholes, Will Travel May 21st, 2022 Things happen.
A Motley Crew May 16th, 2022 Ash stops for a cup of Joe. Nothing bad happens.
In Space No One Can Hear You Laugh May 15th, 2022 Summary needed
A Midgardian and an Asgardian April 14th, 2022 Summary needed
An Asgardian walks among them April 5th, 2022 Saoirse asks Loki out and the Asgardian accepts. What could possibly happen next?
LUX: From Christie's to PT Barnum March 4th, 2022 A silent auction at Lux, when Loki comes along for kicks. Pepper Potts controlled her nerves well, but someone really should tell Sinister not to provoke or poke at gods. Even if they have lower-case g's.
A Night Out at the Hideaway February 24th, 2022 Summary needed
A Reunion in Chinatown January 17th, 2022 Summary needed
The Allure of Bygone Heros December 30th, 2021 A night of watching in Club mjolnir had some interesting consequences. Also, Loki is an ass. But we knew that already.
It's all symbolic isn't it November 23rd, 2021 On the statue of Liberty, ancient things meet for the first time, for the last time...or something.
Midnight at the Embassy October 17th, 2021 Summary needed
A Return to the Embassy August 24th, 2021 Diana returns back to the Themysciran Embassy after a week away to help with some forest fires elsewhere and finds Loki on the roof when she arrives.
Of Gods and Princesses July 28th, 2021 A quiet evening at the Embassy is turned interesting by the appearance of Loki, and he and Diana have a chat.
Moonlight Serenade June 30th, 2021 A chance meeting over an open air concert in time square. Loki and Sinister are a bad combination!
An Escape June 28th, 2021 Yaozu is 'released' from his captivity. Japanese superstitions have him accused of being a demon and a mob gathers. SHIELD unexpectedly arrives to break things up and rescue him.
Day Number Three, Oh The Pain June 24th, 2021 Loki toys with Yaozu some more. Yaozu's mutation is full.
Going Once. Going Twice. STOLEN! June 21st, 2021 Loki spirits Yaozu away, intent on having some fun with the new 'toy' his brother had hidden away. Or so he thought!
Yo, I'm hoppin' all around I'm a pink bird June 12th, 2021 Giles meets Nat and everyone roundly agrees that Alex is awesome.
Burnout in Space June 1st, 2021 Loki meets Yondu and then Rocket. Poor Rocket is deprived of the bounty that is Loki.
Drinks at the Hellfire Club May 9th, 2021 Loki and Drac talk about raspberries, and how they're not blue. A trip is going to occur.
Memorial April 14th, 2021 There is a gathering in New Asgard and a celebration had.
A Meeting of Similar Minds... April 11th, 2021 Dracula, Loki and Lucifer end up meeting each other in a bar. They share a conversation and seem to enjoy each other's company.
A Spoonful of Mischief July 29th, 2020 Loki is up to his old tricks, but Morgana and Grant are here to enjoy.
A walk in the park. June 8th, 2020 Megan meets a strange man in a park.
An Occult Guest May 10th, 2020 Lex and Loki get together for a conversation
Bacon Double Cheeseburger April 23rd, 2020 Dean goes for food and all sorts of Loki shenanigans happen
Asgardian improvements April 1st, 2020 Brothers talk about the Norns and reviving Odin
Such a Burden, Trust January 20th, 2020 Loki and Sif commiscerate after dealing with the Avengers and allies.
Surviving Infinity: Loki's Terrible January 20th, 2020 Avengers and two Asgardians deal with the aftermath of a brush with the Titan.
Surviving Infinity: The Minion of Thanos January 19th, 2020 Chasing the villain Mikonia, Avengers and Asgardians team up, until the sudden and inevitable betrayal.
Altars January 16th, 2020 Loki shows Sif what has become of New Asgard.
You Lost Who Again January 9th, 2020 Sif offers the MOST TRUSTWORTHY HELP IN THE WORLD to Janet on her quest for missing Avengers: Loki!
Eve of Mischief December 25th, 2019 Sif encounters a Loki, and seeks to entertain with ice-skating.
Little birdy December 11th, 2019 A little bird checks on Sif... on Loki's behalf.
Sif's Midgard digs November 30th, 2019 Loki gets a tour of Sif's place, and uses various magic for no reason.
Tour Guide Sif November 22nd, 2019 Loki catches up with Sif about her friends and weapons. Meow.
An Overdue Conversation November 17th, 2019 Jean discusses with Loki the breach of their agreement, and the two arrive at a renewed understanding, where one may call on the other as need be, and students are to be kept safe.
Intergalactic Book Lovers November 16th, 2019 Sif continues her tour of Asgard by taking Caitlin Fairchild to the archives. Prince Loki makes a surprise appearance.
Protect Xavier's: Finale November 10th, 2019 After much build up, a protection spell is cast that makes Xavier's School seem like a normal human prep school to anyone spying/scanning from outside.
The Trickster's Mess: Restoration November 8th, 2019 Shannon and Triage visit the mall to shop, where they meet an unlikely yet familiar visitor who offers important lessons, information, and a glimpse of something otherworldly.
I have my own castle, you know November 6th, 2019 Loki and Sif attempt to charm each other.
Apples and Horses October 26th, 2019 Loki meets Sif's pegasus, Typhon.
Post-Feast October 22nd, 2019 Sif and Loki discuss what the court might think about status.
Feast of Gowns and Poets October 20th, 2019 Sif speaks to Loki during the Asgard Feast.
Asgard's Requiem: Feast of Survivors October 19th, 2019 Asgardians hold a celebratory feast for the return of Asgard.
Entirely Off-Leash October 16th, 2019 Loki and Sif discuss Barnes and Thor.
Off-Leash October 16th, 2019 Barnes meets Hvedrungr the wolf, and lady Sif.
Everything's fine October 15th, 2019 Thor speaks to Loki about how everyone is so displeased with him.
Musical Interlude October 14th, 2019 Loki and Sif sort out more of what their relationship is, exactly.
Questions and Quid Pro Quo October 7th, 2019 So many questions, so little time, so much illusionary stardust!
A Stone for a Key to the House October 4th, 2019 The bargain agreed upon in Asgard between Doctor Strange and Loki is fulfilled with as minimal fuss as could be managed -- which means it was chaotic.
Asgard's Requiem: It isn't Over October 4th, 2019 Dr. Strange makes some demands of Loki.
No Place Like Home October 4th, 2019 What is the truth? Whispers from a silver tongue parried by the armor of wisdom end in answers abounding. Perhaps it's a gift.
Who Can Say No to a Lamb Gyro October 3rd, 2019 Loki can say no to a lamb gyro! But only after surprising both Sif and Caitlin out for dinner at their favorite Greek restaurant.
Asgard's Requiem: No Secrets October 2nd, 2019 'Thor', as played by Loki, asks Sif about ...Loki
Asgard's Requiem: Moonlight Serenade September 29th, 2019 Loki shows Sif a garden display to celebrate the return of Asgard.
The Trickster's Mess, part 1 September 28th, 2019 The question of repayment from Jeremy/Loki is answered, in the form of an angelic pendant. Plans are afoot!
Blood and Ichor... Four September 26th, 2019 Dani, Laura and Samuel Morgan try to antagonize Jeremy. It doesn't really work.
Asgard's Requiem: A bit of a hand September 26th, 2019 Sif helps Loki heal his hand injury, and exchange words
Blood and Ichor ... Three September 25th, 2019 Wolfsbane and Dr. McCoy check in on Jeremy.
Blood and Ichor September 25th, 2019 Students attempt to treat the injured Jeremy.
Thor's Wild Catchup Ride! September 25th, 2019 Loki puts on the finishing touches to Asgard, Thor ... is Thor.
Blood and Ichor... Two September 25th, 2019 Shannon makes a bold attempt to heal Jeremy's magical wounds.
Blood and Ichor: So Noisy September 24th, 2019 A bloody teenage mage shows up on the edge of school grounds.
Asgard's Requiem: City of Memories September 23rd, 2019 Sif and Loki look over the restored City of Asgard.
Asgard's Requiem: The Grassy Knoll September 21st, 2019 Loki sends Steve back to New York, after he completed his 'favor'.
A team of Mistfits invade the sanctum September 20th, 2019 Two teams invade the sanctum and two baddies leave.
Asgard's Requiem: Duty bound September 19th, 2019 Loki calls in a favor from Steve Rogers.
Asgard's Requiem: Dreaming of Home September 18th, 2019 Brynn and Sif ask Loki some questions about Asgard's fate.
Asgard's Requiem: Brink of Restoration September 16th, 2019 Sif assists Loki's magical weaving.
Asgard's Requiem: Damn it Loki September 10th, 2019 Sif seeks Thor... and finds him in Loki's care at the Sanctum.
Snits and Servants September 8th, 2019 Bucky encounters a grumpy but 'generous' wounded Loki.
To the Pain September 7th, 2019 Bucky finds a very injured Loki.
Sentinels: Bucky's Lab Mission, Take 2 September 3rd, 2019 A SHIELD mission into a HYDRA lab takes some odd cybernetic turns.
I spy mith my little eye... a LOT of illusion August 22nd, 2019 An angry Felicia deals with a lot of illusions.
Flexing the Ley Lines August 20th, 2019 Loki and Hela discuss what has become of the Sanctum.
What do we do with you, now.... August 18th, 2019 Loki discusses what is owed to him, and how much it will cost.
Completely Unexpected August 16th, 2019 Poor Bucky. He stops by the Sanctum at just the right time to get embroiled in a spat...which is not, as it turns out, JUST a spat between Loki and Felicia.
The Wong thing August 15th, 2019 Felicia talks to 'Wong' about leaving the Sanctum.
Vishanti Stew August 14th, 2019 Felicia learns what Stephen lost, and what Loki's set to gain.
Seeking the Vishanti August 14th, 2019 Doctor Strange is insulted, but makes a hard decision.
Beach Confrontation August 11th, 2019 Moves are made against the Supreme's sanctum...
Patron god of Insults August 9th, 2019 Black Cat calls for Loki... and gets to chat.
Acheology, Magic, Burglary, and A God July 28th, 2019 Lara swings by the sanctum, Jeremy gets banished to the moon
Weather Squirrels July 24th, 2019 Wherein Loki does more manipulations of Black Cat, and the orbs move around.
Somewhat Unreliable July 23rd, 2019 Loki messes with Felicia's head. Over and over.
Weather or not: Spring and Autumn clash July 10th, 2019 Loki attempts to trick Felicia. Dr. Strange seems to get involved.
Is it magic June 19th, 2019 ... and Felicia got a kitten, somehow. (I don't know.)
Oh Look, It's You Again June 18th, 2019 It's a tete-a-tete on a rooftop between a Thunderer, a Trickster, and a Cat which ends in a wager involving not only gemstones, but Mario Kart.
Just a tiny favor June 17th, 2019 Bucky gets to murder some people at Loki's request.
Favors June 8th, 2019 Loki calls in favors from Steve and Bucky.
Sanctum Seasons June 7th, 2019 Loki attempts to manipulate Strange about the Season orbs.
Do me a favor June 5th, 2019 Loki, pretending to be Thor, gets away with a heist. For now.
So Fancy May 31st, 2019 Loki mocks Thor about going to a party.
Lakeside Magic May 9th, 2019 Loki, as his student alias, chats with Wolfsbane.
But what's wrong with her April 22nd, 2019 Loki and Thor discuss Thor's new bride.
The Darkness March 19th, 2019 Age of Despair Pt 2: The Darkness. Tune in next week to see if our heroes, having pierced the veil will remember their vows of righteousness! Can they save their beloved friend without becoming what they fear? Will there be casualities? Who will survive: Apokalypse!
Trial of Nuala Duvall: Diplomatic Excursion March 6th, 2019 Loki meets with Rhomann Dey about Nuala Duvall to try to come to an agreement.
What Shall We Do About Nuala February 20th, 2019 Plans are made!
Nova Corps: Nuala and Thor are almost kidnapped! February 18th, 2019 Loki ruins Thor's awesome exit.
Finding Reasons Not to Kill Arella, Pt. 4 February 13th, 2019 Thor and Loki talk about several things, and Loki gets all mad.
Getting To Know Death and Mischief January 31st, 2019 Summary needed
Those Who Drop Amnesiac Wizards At Schools January 20th, 2019 Jeremy Larkin reveals himself to Jean Grey, showing he was Loki God of Mischief all along. He agrees to take Dr. Strange to the Sanctum where they may offer him more help.
Getting To Know You Part 2 - Actually Getting To Know You January 8th, 2019 Summary needed
How hard could finding one big green eye January 7th, 2019 Summary needed
Falling Frost: The Dreaming Ends January 7th, 2019 What's the worth of four promised favors? An awakening from a living nightmare.
BlackSleep (Pied Piper) Coming to a Head January 5th, 2019 The mystics gather together to go face the demon behind the #BlackSleep
Pied Piper/Falling Frost: No Rest for the Weary January 5th, 2019 Upon realizing just who is behind the mask of Matthias Vega, Steve asks for assistance from Loki. Come what may, favors will be owed, for the better or worse.
Informative Friendly Visitation January 4th, 2019 Magic users meet to discuss the #BlackSleep epidemic.
Pied Piper: A Matter of Justice January 3rd, 2019 Summary needed
Andrea returns to Riverdale. January 3rd, 2019 Summary needed
Pied Piper: Loki Done Good January 3rd, 2019 Loki finally does something worthwhile. For once.
Pied Piper: First of Many January 2nd, 2019 Multiple mages meet to discuss #BlackSleep.
What Infinity Stone December 9th, 2018 In which Steve digs for answers about a missing Infinity Stones in New Asgard. Speaking with both Thor and Loki garners him as many as can be managed.
Hela On Earth: What Happened To Asgard December 2nd, 2018 With Odin's death, and after overcoming a challenge to her throne, Hela breaks free of the spell banishing her to her realms. But instead of Asgard, she arrives in Norway, at the site of New Asgard. She encounters the new King of Asgard, Thor and his brother Loki, the three learning they are all siblings. Lady Sif arrives on scene to help the King. In the end, there's a tacit agreement to avoid a Throne War for the time being, with willingness to get to know more about one another. Perhaps they could come to an arrangement.
Astral Flux: Honesty November 27th, 2018 Thor and Loki discuss the infinity stones.
Full Control November 11th, 2018 Thor and Loki 'fail' at a mission, and don't talk of important things...
Astral Flux: A wall of information November 8th, 2018 Loki, Sif and Thor make some plans to stop the astral enemy.
Astral Flux: So Demanding November 6th, 2018 Loki is perfectly wonderful and everyone else is nasty about it for no reason.
Astral Flux: Vengeance for Asgard November 5th, 2018 Thor brings information about the Shadow King to Loki, and finds Loki knows a few things about it.
The Trickster and The Seamaster October 8th, 2018 Loki, God of Mischief meets Poseidon, God of the Sea. It goes about as well as one might expect, and they maybe even bonded.
Wayward August 13th, 2018 Thor catches up with Loki and brings up the idea of a new project.
Two Brothers and a Stark + 1 June 28th, 2018 Brother are brothers, and Tony snarks while Nuala tries not to get on anyone's bad side.
Back at the Office April 25th, 2018 Sam Gwydion (Loki) and Lana discuss next steps. He endures shopping!
First Day April 24th, 2018 Lana accompanies Sam Gwydion (Loki) on her first job. Important choices are made.
About that Offer... April 16th, 2018 Summary needed
Never met a page I did not like.. April 13th, 2018 Miyako is a connoiseur of paper. Loki's pocketbook is not amused.
I might have a small case of... being Asgardian. April 10th, 2018 Mantis convinces Loki to kill people.
A Hammer, A Trick, and An Angel walk into a street. March 13th, 2018 Summary needed
Were Your Ears Burning March 8th, 2018 Summary needed
Look at them, they think they're people. February 28th, 2018 Summary needed
Beldar-eki, of Knowhere. Pleased to meet you. February 24th, 2018 Loki needs an impartial party to help with a decision. Enter Mantis.
Winter in the Park February 16th, 2018 Lana runs into Loki (in his P.I. persona). Introductions are exchanged. An offer is made.
Revenge of the White Triangle February 12th, 2018 Laurel and allies deal with White Triangle terrorists.
Oh yeah, Well My Client... February 10th, 2018 Mariam meets Sam and they discuss events which lead them to their careers
Dial 911 for Nine Wicked Witches January 28th, 2018 Summary needed
Lesser of Two Evils January 23rd, 2018 With an army of demons continuing to chase Shadowlite and Vicky across Earth, they finally tire... and attract more heroic attention.
Sam's Fang Emporium! January 15th, 2018 Loki, in his guise as a private investigator, leads Velvet Ant and Buffy on the search for a missing girl--which takes them into a nest of vampires.
Fancy Meeting You Here... January 14th, 2018 There is one less vampire making New York unsafe, and Sam Gwydion, Private Eye, has a lead to follow...
Off World Investigations. For All Your Extra Normal Needs January 13th, 2018 Summary needed
It's Never Sunny in Sunnydale January 8th, 2018 There is a new private investigator in Sunnydale, one who isn't surprised at the supernatural.
Cookie Laws November 11th, 2017 Summary needed
Flap Flap Murder Death October 7th, 2017 Summary needed
Bibliophiles in Babel September 23rd, 2017 A box of books contains some surprises for Loki and Mercy.
All You Ever Wanted - Booze Edition September 8th, 2017 Summary needed
Anamnesis August 26th, 2017 With the Winter Soldier captured, the difficult task of undoing decades of brainwashing awaits. Loki, making use of the Mind Stone, sets out to do just that, enabling Steve Rogers, Mercy Thompson, Sam Winchester, Melinda May, and a very cross Winifred Burkle to assist him in the repair of the Soldier's fragmented mind. Additional guidance comes in the periodic appearance of Claire Temple(?).
We're All Okay Here August 10th, 2017 Sam and May pop over to Mercy's garage to check in, while Loki brings lattes and the battered form of Dean. With car.
Bombs over the Bifrost August 9th, 2017 Summary needed
So This All Happened July 31st, 2017 Summary needed
Can You Hear Me Now July 21st, 2017 Summary needed
A Meeting Convened July 18th, 2017 Loki, Black Widow and Mercy speak of plans to take down the Soldier. Spoiler Alert: The plans aren't very well thought out just yet.
War and Chaos July 18th, 2017 Summary needed
If You Build It July 18th, 2017 Fred and Mercy meet at her garage to start building an arsenal that might slow down the Winter Soldier with the help of Loki. The Winter Soldier taunts them.
We All Have a Deathwish July 17th, 2017 Mercy and Loki discuss between bombs and dinner, what to do about the Winter Soldier
Volk i Koyot July 14th, 2017 Having taken Claire Temple, the Winter Soldier attempts to take Mercy Thompson, but Loki has something to say about it.
Scattered Leaves July 5th, 2017 Mercy and Loki return to her garage after defeating Coyote.
Duelling with Ghosts July 2nd, 2017 Summary needed
The Troubled Trickster June 30th, 2017 Summary needed
The Asgardian and The Assassin June 28th, 2017 Loki and Winter Soldier team up to save Claire and Mercy. They, however, fall a little short in saving them.
Missing In Action June 26th, 2017 Loki comes upon Mercy's garage and realizes bad things (tm) have happened.
Auction House: A Sword June 21st, 2017 Summary needed
Fractured Images June 15th, 2017 Sam, Loki and Mercy talk about the mirror that was found previously by Sam and Mercy.
I Don't Even Know June 14th, 2017 Summary needed
Wendigo: Clean Up On Aisle (Floor) 1 June 9th, 2017 Summary needed
Beholden to the Beholder June 7th, 2017 Summary needed
The Wendigo Hunt June 3rd, 2017 A Wendigo stalks the hallways of a hospital in Hell's Kitchen. Mercy, Claire, Loki and Winter Soldier work to defeat. Or Claire and Mercy run like hell and Loki and the Soldier kill the beast.
An Act of God Wakes the Princess. June 3rd, 2017 Summary needed
Why Do I Get to Take It Home June 2nd, 2017 Mercy comes home with the shattered mirror (from Mirror, Mirror) and Loki helps to unravel the mysteries of the shattered glass.
Mornings in the Woods May 31st, 2017 Summary needed
Godly Communion May 25th, 2017 Summary needed
A Visit Home May 23rd, 2017 A continuation of Going Once, Twice ... Sold.
Going Once, Going Twice ... Sold May 22nd, 2017 Summary needed
The Ghosts of U-853 May 21st, 2017 Summary needed
For Lease: The Bad House May 17th, 2017 Summary needed
The Price of Chaos May 12th, 2017 Summary needed
Chance Encounters of the Cat Kind May 12th, 2017 Summary needed
Two Shakes of Kindness, One of Disbelief May 9th, 2017 Summary needed
Peanut Butter Technobandits May 9th, 2017 Summary needed
Killer Instincts May 5th, 2017 Summary needed
Lost Souls May 1st, 2017 Summary needed
Rain Drops Keep Falling ... April 27th, 2017 Summary needed.
Asgardian Coffee Klatsch April 26th, 2017 Summary needed.
Like It Spicy April 25th, 2017 Summary needed.
Fathers of Fables April 20th, 2017 Summary needed.


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