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Judging Books By Covers

TITLE: Judging Books By Covers

CHAPTER NO./ONE SHOT: Chapter Nineteen


AUTHOR: wolfpawn

ORIGINAL IMAGINE:

Imagine Loki is cast out into a castle in his Jotun form, under a spell that will return him to his Aesir one if he learns to accept himself for who he is, not what he looks like, and can find another who will do the same. Angry and repulsed by his own appearance, Loki fears he will live out his days as the monster he so greatly loathes. 

RATING: Teen

The knife pierced Loki’s skin; it was his shoulder that it struck first, so not an area that was life threatening, there were no major organs for the blade to hit. He had been wounded in battle before, it was never a pleasant experience to be injured, but it was more than survivable. He was small built for an Aesir warrior but he was far more formidable than most gave him credit for, even Odin had had to begrudgingly admit that Loki was one of Asgard’s greatest fighters. And after the torture he endured from the Other and Thanos, he was convinced no pain would ever truly hurt him again. He had been grievously mistaken.

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Judging Books By Covers

TITLE: Judging Books By Covers

CHAPTER NO./ONE SHOT: Chapter Twenty Seven

AUTHOR: wolfpawn

ORIGINAL IMAGINE:

Imagine Loki is cast out into a castle in his Jotun form, under a spell that will return him to his Aesir one if he learns to accept himself for who he is, not what he looks like, and can find another who will do the same. Angry and repulsed by his own appearance, Loki fears he will live out his days as the monster he so greatly loathes. 

RATING: Teen

                                    Chapter 27

 

The reply from Æðelstan took a bit longer to arrive, and when it did, Loki was by then recovered enough to be aided to the window so that he could sit and look out at the world. He saw the messenger arrive; he used his gifts to watch him hand the letter to Runa, another one of the maids, and he began to worry. If her father was still not prepared to listen to what Lagertha had to say, he knew it would hurt her deeply. He wished he knew the content of the letter, so that he could best prepare for whatever her reaction would be.

When Runa handed it to her, Lagertha dropped the flowers she had collected from the garden for Loki’s rooms. She knew there would be more than likely a reply from her father; he was not the town magistrate for nothing. The seal of his position on its back struck fear into her.

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Judging Books By Covers

TITLE: Judging Books By Covers

CHAPTER NO./ONE SHOT: Chapter Seven

AUTHOR: wolfpawn

ORIGINAL IMAGINE:

Imagine Loki is cast out into a castle in his Jotun form, under a spell that will return him to his Aesir one if he learns to accept himself for who he is, not what he looks like, and can find another who will do the same. Angry and repulsed by his own appearance, Loki fears he will live out his days as the monster he so greatly loathes. 

RATING: Teen

“What in the realms have you done Loki?” Thor growled as Loki pulled back, colliding with the far wall, guilt and horror shook him, a heavy feeling pounded at the end of his stomach at the wound he had unintentionally inflicted on Lagertha.

“This is not Loki’s doing.” Lagertha gasped as she clutched her excruciating arm. “It is yours!” she glared at Thor as she spoke.

“You are suffering from Frost Giant burns; that is a text book example of such, and is only capable of being inflicted by a Frost Giant.” Thor argued, looking to Loki when he mentioned Frost Giants.

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