do it for an odin bear!

Nyx-Chapter 8

Summary: Nyx was an ancient deity usually envisaged as the very substance of the night–a veil of dark mists drawn across the sky to obscure the light of Aither, the shining blue of the heavens. Her opposite number was Hemera (Day) who scattered the mists of night at dawn. she was doomed to walk the earth in search of her consort Erebus.

Warnings: My usual. Angst, Violence And Smut

Pairings: Bucky X Reader, Avengers x Reader

You had been running for what felt like hours. Bits of twig and leaves stuck in the rats nest which was currently your hair. Your bare feet were caked with mud, rips in your dress appeared from where the branches of trees had caught the delicate fabric. You would run forever if you had your way, but a particularly thick tree root thwarts your plan sending you careening down a sharp hill.

You fall for hours, minutes, seconds. It makes no difference as you reach the bottom, bruised and humiliated. Low whimpers leave you as the fight with Bucky replays on endless loop in your head. Years of self loathing rushed out before your brain could interject, and you knew there was no taking it back. It was a lost cause, the crushing realization the love you and Bucky held for each other could not be salvaged, too much had happened, so many hurtful words spewed in the heat of the moment. There was no coming back from this, no fixing it.

He had offered you an olive branch, a way to be close to him, but you had let petty jealousy take hold of you.

You had broken it this time. You had destroyed what was left of your crumbling relationship.

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Hilarious synchronistic universe

Okay this requires y’all to follow my wacky stream of consciousness so bear with me. I’m sitting at work during a particularly slow graveyard shift and it’s 3am. I’m reading American Gods by Neil Gaiman. The God Odin and the Goddess Bastet make appearances ( I won’t mention how big or small because no one likes spoilers! ) It’s common knowledge that Odin is often referred to as being one-eyed. It’s also common knowledge that Bastet is the Goddess of cats and is depicted with the head of a black cat. So the book is very good and it’s got me thinking of deities, and how they do or don’t play a role a in my life depending on if I believe or don’t. I briefly wonder what a child of Odin and Bastet might have looked like if in some wobbly universe they had offspring. I go to look out the back door at the stars to contemplate the gods when I see this: 

Guys, it’s a one-eyed cat! A black one to boot! We live in a hilarious, wacky universe! I’m not a believer in deities, but I do believe the universe has sense of humor. 

what she says: I’m fine

what she means: Ragnar loved Athelstan so much he converted to a religion he knew virtually nothing about, knowing that in doing so he would risk his political alliances, the support of his family/friends/people, his crown and kingdom, the respect of his sons and the command of his army, and he was fully aware that in doing so he was sacrificing the chance to ever be reunited with his dead daughter in Valhalla, and all his other dead ancestors, or take his rightful place of honour as a son of Odin among the other demi-gods just because he loved Athelstan SO MUCH he couldn’t bear the thought of spending eternity without him, because all the benefits of Valhalla couldn’t outweigh the loss of him, and there are people who still talk about their relationship in platonic terms and insist that they were ‘just friends’ regardless of the fact that Ragnar legit told Athelstan he was in love with him in season 3 jESUS FUCK

Conquest characters and dances

Kamui: Was too unruly as a child to learn ballroom dances, but enjoys when Jakob teaches her the zouk;

Azura: Is a quick learner and, although prefers to dance alone, her favorite paired style is the bolero;

Felicia: Is forbidden to try any kind of dance inside Castle Krakenburg;

Jakob: Knows all about ballroom dances, and although would rather not dance, the one he enjoys the most is the zouk (he’s rather proud of his shakey hips)

Mozu: Can’t put one feet before the other in “fancy” dances, but she was the best at her village’s folk dance;

Silas: Since he’s of noble birth, he learned ballroom dances, but enjoys tap dance more;

Xander: Knows most of all kinds of waltz and some tango, but don’t ask him to shake his hips, they’re as stiff as his shoulders;

Camilla: Was taught all ballroom dances, but her favorite is tango;

Leo: He struggles with the ballroom dances and secretly practices in the dead of the night;

Elise: Knows she has to practice for ballroom dances, but loves the kalinka dance too much;

Laslow: Is a quick learner in all manner of dances, but his favorite is the sword dance in honor of his mother;

Peri: Doesn’t like being told what to dance, but enjoys playing kalinka with Elise;

Selena: Hasn’t learned much ballroom, but is a quick learner. Her favorite is Ylisse’s festival folk dance;

Beruka: Never danced before and is only willing to challenge herself to learn if it’s her spouse who asks;

Odin: In Modern AU, certainly Hip-Hop; Canon setting he generally has two left feet, but excels at the Ylissean folk dance;

Niles: Generally wouldn’t put himself in a dancefloor, but surprises everyone by excelling at the salsa;

Effie: The last man brave enough to ask her in a dance still hasn’t recovered from his injuries;

Arthur: Still hasn’t recovered from his injuries;

Nyx: Would rather not bother herself with dancing, however, if her spouse asks, she might abide to dancing a slow waltz;

Charlotte:  Excels at both salsa and zouk; would try pole-dancing if given the chance;

Benny: Someone saw him doing a kecak trance dance alongside some bears and started a rumor about how bears would try to rule the world;

Keaton: Has two left feet even during his own tribe’s folk dancing;

Flora: Learned the zouk to impress someone, but is too embarrassed to dance it; Likes bolero;

Gunter: He was quite good at the waltz in his prime, still has a bit of it left.

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Imagine Loki can’t bear to watch you grieve for him anymore, so he reveals himself to you.

——— Request for anon ———

“He wouldn’t wish for you to go on like this,” you turn at the voice, furiously wiping at your tears when you see Odin.

“How could you possibly know what he would have wanted?” the strain from your grief makes the words come out harsher than you’d intended, but you don’t apologize. Odin sighs, turning to close the door behind him.

“Do not spill tears for the living,” you step back in shock as the illusion shimmers, revealing the man you’d been grieving for weeks.

Loki walks towards you, arms open, “Did you miss me, my dear?” A sob breaks free with each step he takes. When he’s within reach, the sadness turns to anger, fist connecting with hard jaw before you can stop yourself.

“I guess I deserved that. Is your hand all right?”

Congratulations, It’s A Boy!

Requested By Anon.

Pairings: Clint x Reader.


Steve has created a chatroom.

Steve has invited Y/N, Thor, Tony, Nat, Bruce, Clint.

Steve: I am with child

Thor: Congratulations, Steven! I must say I am surprised. I did not think it is possible. I will have to ask Jane about this… Who is the father?

Tony: This explains why you were so cranky today, Cap.

Bruce: Oh my god. Thor, Steve can’t get pregnant.

Thor: But he is with child?

Steve: No, Thor! I’m not pregnant! I am with a child in the training room and I don’t know where he came from* Is what I meant to say. This phone is too small to type properly.

Y/N: Bruce shall we explain where babies come from since Steve is expecting?

Steve: Seriously, which one of you brought a kid to the base? You know it’s not safe!

Tony: Not me.

Nat: Are you sure the baby isn’t yours, Tony?

Tony: What are you implying?

Nat: Oh you know.

Tony: … What does he look like, Spangles?

Tony: NO WAIT HOW WOULD HE HAVE GOTTEN INTO THE BASE, NONE OF MY EXES WOULD BE ABLE TO DO THAT.

Steve: Can one of you please watch over him?

Y/N: Why can’t you watch over him?

Steve: I need to find his parents and Bucky and Sam aren’t doing a very good job.

Bucky has joined the chat.

Bucky: HELP US PLEASE

Bucky: TAKE THIS CHILD AWAY

Bucky: HE THINK IT’S FUNNY TO CHASE SAM AND I WITH SNOT ON HIS TINY LITTLE FINGERS

Y/N: Awww does he have a cold?

Tony: Record it!

Bucky: WE DON’T KNOW WHAT TO DO! SOMEONE COME TAKE HIM AWAY!

Bruce: I can’t. I don’t want to risk hulking out. I’ll bring by some stuff for his cold but then I’m leaving.

Bucky has left the chat.

Bruce has left the chat.

Thor: Oh, what’s that?! Loki is back to his villainous ways! I must stop him!

Y/N: No he’s not!

Thor: ARRRGH HE HAS CAST A SLEEPING CURSE UPON ME!

Y/N: Loki is with me right now and he says stop acting like an imbecile.

Thor: OOOOOH! It is all an illusion! AAAAH! Magic! He’s not really there! You have been fooled. A TRICK!

Thor has left the chat.

Y/N: COWARD!

Tony: I would love to babysit but…

Tony: Who am I kidding? I wouldn’t. Bye!

Tony has left the chat.

Y/N: Unbelievable.

Nat: They’re basically kids themselves. It’s actually good they won’t babysit.

Steve: Nat, Y/N? Please?

Y/N: Yeah, okay. It’s just unfair that the rest won’t help!

Nat: Why’s Clint so quiet?

Y/N: I think this is the longest he’s gone without talking.

Steve: You know what’s weird? This kid looks a lot like Clint.

Y/N: You don’t suppose he is Clint’s spawn?

Nat: I would know if it was.

Y/N: Nat and I are at the training room now but Bucky and Sam don’t want us to look after the kid.

Steve: What?! They wanted to get rid of him 5 minutes ago!

Nat: Seems like they’ve bonded with him.

Sam has joined the chat.

Sam: Steve, we’re handling it. It’s okay. We got this. No need for Y/N and Nat to help.

Nat: Then why is he trying to run away from you two?

Sam has added Bucky.

Bucky: Do you really think we’ll just hand him over?! We looked after him!

Steve: The entire time you spent looking after him you and Sam were freaking out!

Y/N: It’s obvious the kid wants to come with Nat and I so just hand him over!

Sam: NEVER!

Bucky: HE IS OURS!

Y/N: GIVE US THE CHILD!

Sam: STAY BACK RUMPELSTILTSKIN!

Nat: You idiots made him cry now! LET HIM COME TO US!

Bucky: FINE BUT BE GENTLE WITH HIM!

Sam: Um. Why did he stop crying as soon as Y/N started holding him?

Bucky: … I suppose Y/N and Nat can watch him until you find his parents, Steve.

Nat: He is so adorable! Seems like Y/N is his favorite out of the four of us.

Sam: :(

Sam has left the chat.

Bucky: I will check in every ten minutes!

Bucky has left the chat.

Steve: I’ll let you know when I find his parents.

Y/N: Wait, did he tell you his name? Because he won’t tell us.

Steve: No. I was hoping you could find out.

Steve has left the chat.

Y/N has left the chat.

Nat has left the chat.

Tony has joined the chat.

Tony: I FIGURED OUT WHO THE KID IS!

Tony: Oh

Tony has added Steve.

Tony: I FIGURED OUT WHO THE KID IS!

Steve: Who?

Tony: IT’S CLINT!

Steve: Go annoy Bruce.

Tony: I’m serious. Seems like Clint was messing around in the lab. Good news: My machine works. Bad news: It’s now broken. It’s going to take me a while to repair it so Clint is going to be stuck like that for a while. Hopefully the effect wears off before I can repair it.

Steve: I really need a vacation after this. I’ll let the others know.

Tony: No! Don’t tell them. We don’t want them freaking out now, do we?

Steve: For the first time, I actually agree with you.

Tony: Shocking.

Steve has cleared the chat.

Steve has added Nat, Y/N.

Steve: How is everything? Is the kid fine?

Nat: Everything is good! He’s with Y/N now and they’re playing with some toys Sam bought him. He adores her so much! He had picked out flowers and gave them to her. I’m dying from all the cuteness.

Tony: I KNEW CLINT LIKED Y/N!

Tony: I mean, looks like the kid has a crush!

Nat: Steve, did you find his parents yet?

Steve: Not yet. We need to name the kid for now. We can’t keep calling him “the kid.”

Tony: MAYBE CLINTON HUH?

Nat: Sam and Bucky have already named him James Jr.

Steve: WHY NOT STEVEN

Tony: WHY NOT ANTHONY

Nat: He is too innocent and pure to be named after you, Tony.

Tony has left the chat.

Steve: good

Thor has joined the chat.

Thor: I wish to hold the tiny human.

Nat: No! You had your chance.

Thor: I was scared! The closest I’ve come to looking after a child is Mjolnir!

Nat: You’re not worthy to hold James Jr, Thor.

Thor: PREPOSTEROUS! I AM THE ONLY WORTHY ONE HERE!

Steve: vision. elevator. me. table.

Nat: He only lets Y/N or me hold him!

Thor: And now me!

Nat: I won’t allow it!

Steve: are you guys really fighting over a kid?

Y/N: YOU PULLED AN ODIN AS SOON AS YOU FOUND OUT ABOUT JAMES JR.

Steve: shameful, really

Thor: WHO IS WATCHING THE CHILD IF YOU ARE HERE, LADY Y/N?!

Y/N: Bucky is.

Thor: WELL IT IS MY TURN!

Steve: I really need a break

Nat: NO. COME NEAR HIM AND WE’LL END YOU!

Steve: is this what Fury feels like when we don’t listen

Thor: Lady Natasha… Why would you say that?

Nat: SORRY BUT OUR MAMA BEAR INSTINCTS ARE KICKING IN

Vision has joined the chat.

Vision: Wanda and I wish to spend some time with James Jr.

Thor: DO NOT WASTE YOUR WORDS, VISION! THEY ARE ADAMANT ON NOT LETTING ANYONE ELSE NEAR THE CHILD.

Y/N: Sure, Vis!

Nat: He’s in Y/N’s room with Bucky.

Y/N: Don’t let him trick you into giving him coffee!

Vision: I won’t. Thank you.

Vision has left the chat.

Thor: WHAT IN THE NINE REALMS!

Steve: if they start fighting I’m going to go crazy

Thor: I WILL FIND MY OWN CHILD TO WATCH OVER!

Steve: please don’t kidnap someone’s child.

Thor has left the chat.

Y/N: Wait Steve did you just imply that you’re worthy?

Steve: NO

Steve: WHO SAID THAT

Steve has left the chat.

Bucky has joined the chat.

Bucky: WHERE’S JAMES JR?!

Bucky: WHY THE HELL IS CLINT NAKED ON YOUR BED?!

Bucky: I TURN AWAY FOR TWO SECONDS AND JAMES JR. IS GONE AND INSTEAD IT’S CLINT FLASHING ME!

Y/N: what are you talking about

Bucky: OMG MAYBE CLINT FELL FROM THE VENTS AND CRUSHED HIM!

Bucky has left the chat.

Nat: I am… confused.

Clint: … Thanks for looking after me!

Y/N: WAIT WTF CLINT

Nat: you’re not saying…

Clint: Yes. I’m “James Jr”. Kinda sad the effect wore off so quickly. I was enjoying spending all that time with you, Y/N.

Nat: YOU WERE LIKE A SON TO ME

Y/N: BUCKY AND SAM THINK YOU KILLED JAMES JR

Nat: THEY WERE PROUD PARENTS

Y/N: HOW DO WE EXPLAIN THIS TO THEM?

Nat: WHY DID YOU HAVE TO TURN BACK?!

Nat has left the chat.

Sam has joined the chat.

Sam: WHERE IS MY SON?!

Clint:

Sam: OH GOD NO WHY

Sam has left the chat.

Clint: So now that I’m no longer a kid.. Would you like to go out later?

Y/N: Your timing is perfect. Really. How many first dates are started like this? None… But yes.

Clint: Oh and can you bring me some clothes, since you know… I am naked. On your bed. Unless you care to join me?

Y/N has left the chat.

Clint: Well, here goes nothing.

Clint has left the chat.

Scott has joined the chat.

Scott has added Bucky.

Scott: Why did Clint just run by with nothing but a blanket wrapped around him?

Bucky: You don’t want to know. The things I’ve seen…

Scott: … I’m going to go now.

Scott has left the chat.

Bucky has left the chat.

Until it’s Gone (Loki Imagine) Pt. 3

I hope you guys are enjoying this series! xo

When Odin finished, the room stayed quiet. No one seemed to move. Life seemed to still, and the sky outside seemed to darken and darken… darken with every passing second. Your arms were wrapped around Loki’s waist, but you didn’t feel him breathing. You knew Odin’s words had hit him true. You knew he now understood the gravity of his circumstances. And you knew what he felt, because you felt it too. Because being with him was like being one single being. And you were standing there, numb and silent and crumbling from the pillars that were once each other, but now laid as a pile of rubble on the ground at the All Father’s feet as the sky continued still, growing darker and darker. 

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In a Name: Ch 12

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The Bifrost touched down in a wave of light. Instantly the heat overwhelmed the two princes, Sif, and the warriors three.

“Are you alright brother?” Thor glanced over his shoulder towards Loki.

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anonymous asked:

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Loki turned his head away to better mask his expression. “Did the All-Father send you here?”

“What? No!” Thor sounded startled by the question. “I had to ask him to allow…what did you speak of? He would not say.”

Loki wondered why Odin had not shared the news of Loki’s treachery, the depths of his perfidy. “I do not see that is any of your business.”

“But I would know,” Thor persisted. “It seemed to distress him. I know you do not believe he cares for you, but he-”

Loki hissed. “You are here for him,” he said. “To plead his case? To try to persuade me to beg for his clemency? Tell him that he can come and speak to me himself. I will not accept you as a messenger to bear my words hence.”

Thor seemed startled. “I only wish to understand,” he said. Loki turned to his side, facing away from Thor, closing his eyes and pressing his lips together. Thor continued to try to speak, but Loki held his silence close until he gave up and went away.

What trick was this? What test was Odin giving him?

Loki worried at the question until exhaustion overcame him and he slept a sleep of nightmares where Odin and Thanos tugged him back and forth between them until they ripped him in two.

queenofswords  asked:

I'll bite—what other animal cults were involved in hamask? And if the boars were to Freyr and the wolves to Odin, to whom went the bears, do we know?

Hello queenofswords and thank you for the question.
If you bite then please not too hard.

The evolution of Germanic warrior cults is sparsely documented and there is much conflicted or unclear information. There has been much lengthy academic debate on some aspects also but I will do my best to present the options here. Some of the concepts are simply that and should not be taken as facts.

The first generation of Germanic warriors of which we have concrete evidence are the Harii, who were mentioned by Tacitus in the 1st Century CE.
His description gives us many connections to what we know of other religious warrior cults:
“As for the Harii, quite apart from their strength, which exceeds that of the other tribes I have just listed, they pander to their innate savagery by skill and timing: with black shields and painted bodies, they choose dark nights to fight, and by means of terror and shadow of a ghostly army they cause panic, since no enemy can bear a sight so unexpected and hellish; in every battle the eyes are the first to be conquered.”
Lindlow states of the Harii that "many scholars think there may be basis for the myth in an ancient Odin cult, which would be centered on young warriors who entered into an ecstatic relationship with Odin". Scholars have also proposed that the Harii would become the archetype of the Viking concept of the einherjar that are discussed in Norse Mythology and also that the Harii are the early embodiment of The Wild Hunt. You must remember that the Harii predate their possible berserker descendants by roughly 800 years.

Tacitus wrote of the Aestii (on the Baltic) who spoke a language more like British than Suebic, and who worshipped the Mother of the gods (Freyja?), that their warriors wear, “as an emblem of this cult, the device of a wild boar, which stands them in stead of armour or human protection and gives the worshipper a sense of security even among his enemies”. 

Also mentioned by Tacitus where a Germanic tribe known as the Chatii who lived in what is now Germany. They were documented as late as 723 by St. Boniface. It has been suggested that the Chatii warriors wore the skins of European big cats such as the Eurasian Lynx although nothing exists to connect that to a religious cult or any specific deity.

The Suebi are the first Germanic tribe with links to the (relatively) more modern Old Norse sources and runestones. Sváfa (whose name means “Suebian”) was a Valkyrie who appears in the eddic poem Helgakviða Hjörvarðssonar. The kingdom Sváfaland also appears in this poem and in the Þiðrekssaga. Scholars have linked the Suebi warriors to birds and the connection holds with the imagery of Valkyrie as birds too.

Finally we arrive at the Viking Age and the berserkers, which etymologically consists of ber (bear) and serker (skin or cloth). However, Snorri, and his successors well into the nineteenth century, confused ‘ber’ with ‘berr’, that is, naked. From this they concluded wrongly that the warriors went to battle without chainmail. Instead, they should have been perceived as warriors, whose fylgja were bears, fighting in its guise, but not necessarily wearing bear fur/coats. In Old Norse literature the berserker is described as the most feared of all warriors, and they are mentioned along with ulfheðnar as Odin’s warriors. It is often seen as being an animal more connected to the Saami and Finland, but also very closely associated to shamanism, including animal transformations. Bear claws in Norwegian graves from the Migration Period are interpreted as symbolic expressions of ‘hamskifte’ (shedding or moulting your body like an animal) related to shamanistic characteristics of an Odin cult. 
Scholar Hilda Ellis-Davidson draws a parallel between berserkers and the mention by the Byzantine emperor Constantine VII (AD 905–959) in his book De cerimoniis aulae byzantinae (“Book of Ceremonies of the Byzantine court”) of a “Gothic Dance” performed by members of his Varangian Guard (Norse warriors working in the service of the Byzantine Empire), who took part wearing animal skins and masks: she believes this may have been connected with berserker rites.

The Úlfhéðnar are fairly well documented, with strong archeological evidence and also seem to be rather well attested throughout the historic sources as warriors dedicated to Odin. Úlfhéðnar actually translates as “wolf hood” rather than “shirt” or similar, which is interesting.

Lotte Hedeagar has a great book called “Iron Age Myth and Materiality” with several chapters dedicated to themes of human/animal merging in Viking Age people and specifically warrior cults. Mentioned and documented there are wolf, wild boar, stag and raven/eagle being attached to military gear. Several archeological finds depict warriors as half-man, half-boar such as the one below from Vendel, Sweden:

In that book she goes into great detail about the links between Boar warriors and Freyr/Freyja. There is also a very interesting paragraph where she discusses the way in which the animal invoked would define the manner in which a warrior fights:

The wolf warrior, bear warrior and wild boar warrior represent three different forms of combat, symbolised by the three animal species. The bear represents the solitary, independent and majestic figure with huge power and noble conduct that nevertheless can in a fury destroy everything and everybody in its surroundings. The wolf, however, always fights as part of a pack with strong solidarity. It is sly and bloodthirsty. Thus berserk and ulfheðnar represent two different ways of fighting in the Viking Age and Late Iron Age. The berserk is the individualistic warrior whose reputation was created through his impressive courage and ability to fight. At the same time he should never attack an un-armed or powerless enemy. Thus the berserk is seen in contrast to the ulfheðnar, the Viking warrior group par excellence who attacked in force to plunder and destroy. Whereas the bear was a noble enemy, the wolf was cruel and sly. In addition there was the wild boar, associated with devastating power and savagery. Svínfylking is the name for warriors in a wedge formation with one person in front, after that two, then three, etc… which means in a formation corresponding to the shape of a boar’s snout. In Old Norse literature the wild boar hamr seems mostly attached to the act of protection.

Finally, we reach the most recent example, the “trollaukin” which means to be possessed by trolls or spirits. It was a state that was mentioned as recently as the 19th Century in rulebooks for wrestling as a banned practice. It is not fully known what it meant to be “possessed by trolls/spirits”. It could be that after Christianisation that the Norse pantheon were considered demons, devils or other supernatural spirits/trolls and that invoking those deities might be considered as invoking trolls or spirits. Maybe it is a more modern update where those trolls or spirits still hold religious status (such as in folk belief) and the invocation was used to become augmented by these trolls, often seen as forces of nature by this time and descendants of the ancient Jotnar of Norse Mythology.

While my answer is far from exhaustive, I am aware that it has gotten quite lengthy so I hope that answers your question satisfactorily.

Til års og fred.


Bibliography

  • Lindow, John (2001). Norse Mythology: A Guide to the Gods, Heroes, Rituals, and Beliefs.
  • Orchard, Andy (1997). Dictionary of Norse Myth and Legend.
  • Simek, Rudolf (2007). Dictionary of Northern Mythology.
  • Peterson, Lena. (2002). Nordiskt runnamnslexikon, at Institutet för språk och folkminnen.
  • Hedeager, Lotte. (2012) Iron Age Myth and Materiality
  • Ellis-Davidson, Hilda R. (1967) Pagan Scandinavia
Across the Divide

TITLE: Across The Divide

CHAPTER NO./ONE SHOT: Chapter Fifteen

AUTHOR: wolfpawn

ORIGINAL IMAGINE: Imagine Loki sneaking out of the palace as a youth to see the city and countryside, while out one day, he accidentally gets in trouble for something, but a young girl deals with the situation, allowing him to be left alone and his true identity be kept secret. She is a poor girl who is only in the city to sell goods with her father, so she does not realise it is Loki, even though she sees his face. They form a friendship as she shows him around the city, and tells him the date she comes to the city every month for a particular market.

RATING: Teen and Up

Odin stared at the bed in front of him and the small being that inhabited it. He had gone to the mines, he had seen the terribly under cared for of the realm, but he had seen nothing like the creature in front of him. He went to Alfheim when it was revealed there was a terrible famine on the outskirts of the land, an island whose only method to the mainland was by sea travel, but a winter of storms meant none could travel, by the end of it, most everyone had perished from lack of food. The King of Alfheim had called on him to go with him to the island, the starved were deceased with more flesh than the small woman in front of him, somehow clasping to life in the bed. “Her family have all perished?”

“Immediate only, her aunt and uncle are the reason she is as she is now apparently,” Frigga answered from beside him, looking at the girl also.

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Storytime!

OK OK so, when you guys think “Dreamer”, the image in your mind’s eye probably visualizes something like

And you wouldn’t be wrong, but there’s also A SECRET FORM to Fujiwara no Mankou. When Dreamer needs to go engage in IRL business, such as going to uni, hanging out with friendos or preventing Robo-Odin from invading our plane of existence, I usually go dressed out as

GUY INCOGNITO, CLOSET NERD THAT HIDES HE IS A MASSIVE NERD IRL BY WEARING JIMI HENDRIX SHIRTS AND OTHER SUCH CLOTHES (though maybe that makes it more apparent? FOILED AGAIN).

THIS IS GOING SOMEWHERE, BEAR WITH ME.

As I possess teleportation powers, I don’t own a car. Since I don’t own a car, I go to uni using public transportation (which rocks here in my country, Chile), so I often commute with strangers and such, the usual deal. Though I do not mind conversing with strangers at all (I love it!), I prefer listening to music and browsing things in my phone. As fate would have it, last Tuesday, I had some time before class, so I started reading some doujin, It had nice length and, most importantly, it had really good characterization! It was about Kokoro and Koishi. I really had to leave for class, so I put the remaining pages in my phone so I could read them on the bus ride to my uni.

So there I am, reading my 2hu doujins on the bus, when this girl sits next to me. Now, I often take care not to let people see what is in my cellphone. This was nothing NSFW, but it was getting a bit ship-y, though very tastefully, so I didn’t mind. Point is, at one point, I get careless (too absorbed in the doujin) and I notice that, unmistakably, the girl to my side was looking at my phone with a weird “wtf” face, just as I was on the kind of page you don’t want to be caught reading.

This page, in particular.

Yeah.

So, shit, busted. I am starting to get somewhat embarrassed by the situation when my Viking part of my brain (around 87% of it) screams “REMEMBER THE WARRIOR’S CODE”. Then it suggested I rolled with it.

So this girl is giving me the weird wtf stink eye and I just

giVE HER THE CREEPIEST BEARDED SMIRK AND EYEBROW WIGGLE I COULD MUSTER IN THE HEAT OF THE MOMENT AND I WHISPERED A CONFIDENT “Si”. JUST “Si”, NOTHING ELSE, NOTHING MORE, THEN KEPT THE DISGUSTING SMIRK FOR THE REST OF THE BUS TRIP AND WENT BACK TO MY DOUJIN AND NEVER LOOKED AT HER AGAIN. SHE GOT SO DAMN UNCOMFORTABLE FOR THE REST OF IT, I COULDN’T STOP LAUGHING BENEATH MY BREATH, SHE WAS LIKE “UHHH”. SHE ALMOST TRIPPED WHEN SHE HAD TO GET DOWN AND SORT OF RUSHED DOWN OFF THE BUS, AND I DIDN’T HIDE MY CELLPHONE ANYMORE, LIKE I WAS BASICALLY POSITIONING THE CELLPHONE TO MAKE SURE SHE COULD SEE MY DOUJIN.

I don’t know who she is, I don’t know where she went, but all I know is that 1) she learned about Kokoro and Koishi whether she liked it or not and 2) she totally has a nice story about a creepy bearded man and his japanese mango lesbians to tell to people now.

anonymous asked:

Hi! This might be a bit of a generic question, but could you give a quick crash-course in non-Marvel Loki? Personality, fun facts, etc.? I feel like every time I try to do any research on him, it's not entirely accurate because of confusion with pop culture and whatnot... Thanks in advance!

No, not at all: I don’t think anyone’s ever asked me about this before. I tend to wheedle on about Loki and go a little overboard, but I’ll try to cut myself short and stick to basics here. All of this will come from the Eddas, the two foremost books of Norse mythology, and any other sources will be mentioned as possibilities. Let’s start with genealogy, important actions, etc.

  • Loki is a Jotunn, or Giant. Giants are not necessarily big. Loki is whatever size the Æsir like to be, when we meet him (but the gods are anthropomorphic, so it’s all relative).
  • We don’t know that Loki is a Frost-Giant (Hrímþurs) as Marvel likes to call them. (And, the specificity of Jotnar, in terms of their race/species- fire, hill, sound, sea, ice, etc- is not always specific if looked at within the poetry, because eddic poetry requires alliteration, so if you need a ‘b’, you might call a Frost-Giant a Hill-Giant (bergrísi) because you need a b, see)
  • Loki’s mother is named Laufey, not his father. His father is Fárbauti. Loki’s mother is also called Nál, and Loki has two brothers, Helblindi and Byleist. Nothing much to be said about them, but maybe remember Byleist because a) Byleist’s name is used in kennings (poetic allusions to) for Loki, and b) his name probably means ‘bee-lightning’, which I think is funny as hell.
  • The moniker Loki Laufeyjarson is the real deal, though (I’m finishing up a translation of Loki and Svaðilfari, and it’s in that section of prose). Loki is part of a legacy of “fatherless children” with matronymics; this may have been done to signify his difference from the Æsir, who use patronymics, like everyone else.
  • Loki has six (known) children and has claimed a sixth by Tyr’s unknown wife (in Lokasenna). Loki’s famous “monstrous” children are by the giantess Angurboða; Fenrir or Fenris– the name being Fenrisulfr, which literally means “wolf of Fenrir” so just pick a name you like– a massive wolf; Jormungand, the Midgard Serpent, an equally massive snake that lives in the sea; and Hel– from whom Marvel gets their Hela– a goddess of the dead, who keeps the dead in Niflhel. She is supposed to be half black or blue, which most take to mean that she’s half person, half zombie. Some believe the black part is an allusion to blood coagulating when you lie dead, so that her back would be black, but I digress. Loki has two sons by his wife, Sigyn; Nari and Vali. Little is known about either son, though one becomes a wolf and the other dies really, really badly. As mentioned above, Loki claims to have sired a son with Tyr’s wife, and Odin says Loki was beneath the earth for many years “bearing babies” (both in Lokasenna). Whether this is an allusion to one or both of Loki’s sons by Sigyn, or whether it means there are other spawn-of-Loki out there, we can’t know. Aaand I forgot the horse; Sleipnir, the eight-legged stallion of Odin, is a son of Loki (as a mare) and the stallion Svaðilfari. I always talk about Sleipnir, but otherwise forget to mention him as one of Loki’s babies. Sorry, Sleipnir. My bad.
  • Loki is Odin’s blood brother, and of no relation to Thor. I still don’t know why Marvel went with the tormented brothers thing: they could’ve gone the gloomy Hamlet route instead! So Loki is direct kin of neither Odin nor Thor, but blood-brothership was supposed to be a very sacred bond, not to be fucked with (Loki whines about it in Lokasenna).
  • So Frigg didn’t raise Loki. We don’t even know if Loki had a childhood. According to Snorri (who wrote the Prose Edda) the first we see of Loki is when he appears to Odin and his companion Hœnir and is like “can I come with you guys”?
  • Loki is not the god of mischief, and may not even be a trickster. The Norse gods all have many attributes, it isn’t at all like the Greek pantheon where everyone has one specific thing. There are Goddesses described this way by Snorri, but it is only because he has no idea what else to say about them. Loki does utilize mischief and tricks, but: Loki is not a god. We have no written evidence that he was ever worshipped. And certain aspects of his actions do not fit the trickster, or folk hero, archetype at all. So he’s not the trickster god, or the god of mischief, or the god of evil– he isn’t a god at all (mean girls voice: he doesn’t even go here!) Of all the Marvel incarnations of Loki and their attributes, I think Loki as the Skald, the god of stories, was nearer to the mark, but still too pigeonholed to reflect the mythos at more than face-value.
  • Loki is a known shapeshifter and a likely user of strong magic. I don’t believe we ever see an instance of Loki changing into another person [edit: I LIED HE DOES APPEAR AS A WOMAN TO FRIGG in Gylfaginning, I’m sorry, I can’t believe I forgot; also he’s theorized to appear as a Jotun woman later on, but we don’t have proof of that] mostly he seems to enjoy animal shapes, though (fish, horse, falcon, fly, etc.). We assume that he uses seiðr, a magic loosely associated with shamanism; there are several moments (in Svipdagsmál, Fjölsvinnsmál) where seemingly seiðr-y practices are attributed to Loki (the carving of runes, the eating of a woman’s heart, and the bearing babies thing mentioned above). Seiðr was seen as a rather… I don’t know if emasculating is the right word, but… low-down, ill-reputed type of magic, practiced mainly by Freyja and Odin. So the Loki of myth doesn’t turn himself into multiple green copies, laughing at Thor, but he does appear to do some kind of rune magic and he is fond of changing his form.
  • Loki doesn’t spend much time being “hated” by the gods. Not only is Marvel!Loki, in most of his forms, a whiny little shit, he also spends a good amount of time being hated on by the Aguardians (I hate that word). In theory, mythological!Loki spends much less time as a hated enemy of the Æsir (better word) than he does as their friend. It’s kind of impossible to make a good, logical timeline of all the events of Norse mythology, but the killing of Baldr is the tipping stone for Ragnarök, which makes it late, and only after Lokasenna is Loki bound, so no stories featuring Loki can have occurred after that. Therefore, on this hodge-podge I-pasted-it-together basis, we can concur that the half-mad, enemy-of-the-gods Loki and his binding are, obviously, at the end of the timeline. Then Ragnarok happens, he breaks free, death, murder, burning, yadda yadda yadda. But the majority of the stories we see that feature Loki feature him as a cunning asshole or fun-fellow who is always around to help or hinder the gods. They do, at some point in the mythos, really seem to love the bastard, and leave a lot up to him (ie: the builder and his horse, and that one time Loki tied his balls to a goat to make Skaði laugh. That was a thing that happened. And it kept her from trying to kill them all too, so there you have it.)
  • Most importantly, Loki is neither evil or good. He is a mess. It is hard to know which version of Loki– because it’s pretty clear that there is some duality going on there when Loki is a fun pal one minute and leading a death army the next– is the real, original Loki. Some signs point to “that evil bound one there”, ie: Saxo Grammaticus, who wrote forty-some years before Snorri, illustrating bound giant Ugardilocus, chained up in a cave full of snakes (Ugardilocus being the latinized form of the name Útgarða-Loki, another version of Loki, seen in Snorri, in Gylfaginning) which mirrors the bound Loki at the end of Lokasenna, snake-and-all. But there is no one true Loki amongst all the eddic stories, he is always different. Sometimes we see a Loki who is keen on playing pranks, seemingly for the hell of it, and who gets punished for them (Skaldskarpamál, Loki cuts off Sif’s hair and makes bad bets with dwarves). Sometimes we see a Loki who accidentally gets into trouble and is forced under duress to act against the gods (Skaldskarpamál, Thjazi makes Loki steal Iðunn and her apples; and still in the same section, Loki is caught by Geirrod while in the form of a bird and forced to lure Thor to Geirrod’s courts.) Sometimes we see a Loki who is duly helpful, (Þrymskviða, where Loki helps in the retrieval of Thor’s hammer, and even in Gylfaginning with Útgarða-Loki’s contests), and sometimes we see a Loki who is just shit out of luck and really got a raw deal (in Gylfaginning, the tale of Loki and Svaðilfari, ie: Loki famously seduces a horse. But it is not as black-and-white as some translations would tell you: in the Old Norse the gods simply ask Loki among them if he thinks it’s a good plan to get the wall built, and Loki says “yeah sure”, and then they threaten to beat him to death when things go south, like it’s somehow his fault). Then finally we have tales of an evil Loki (Ragnarok, in Gylfaginning and Völuspá) and of course, the bizarrity of Baldr’s death (in Gylfaginning (and boasted of in Lokasenna) where Loki is apparently so jealous of Baldr being popular that he… uses Baldr’s brother Hoðr to kill him? It’s a mess. We go from accident-prone sassy Jotun brat who gets into sticky situations, to maniacal, wicked enemy who leads an army against the gods and helps bring about the end of all things. What?? One of my favorite theories on why Loki is such a seemingly accidentally duplicitous figure is that he makes the best impetus for stories. Here is the one character who pals around with the gods, but isn’t one of them. Who better to cause trouble! Something needs to be fixed in a myth, there has to be a charter: Sif has hair of gold, why is that? Must be because Loki chopped it off one time. The gods would grow old for a time without their apples. But who would ever take Iðunn away? Loki would! Hoðr killed his beloved brother Baldr, why is that? Hmm. Must be because Loki made him! Loki is the best way to cause problems, but that’s just one theory.

So those are your main differences between the Loki of Norse myth and the Loki of Marvel comics. If I can think of other things later, I’ll add them, but I suppose the main thing to know is that the Loki of Norse mythology is a very crafty, wily, confusing individual, who even at his worst does not reflect the whiny, blathering actions and ill-conceived notions of Marvel!Loki.

anonymous asked:

Curiosity question - do you have any particular sort of spiritual practice or routines? :)

Unfortunately I’m a bit boring, Anon. I’m still really new to actually practicing Heathenry, so I’m still spending most of my time figuring out myself. Yet, it does seem that I’ve come far enough to at least begin thinking of possible rituals to try, though they are not attested for.

One thing I have been thinking about trying is writing prayers in Old Norse, but it in younger futhark runes. I’m also interested in using trees in my practice somehow. I love bears and trees in particular, I must say. Anyway, I may do something like that with Freyr, because I have particular need to invoke him at the moment (more on that below). As for Odin, I have tended to just dedicate my academic work to him, mostly for the time spent devoting myself to seeking wisdom and knowledge. That’s just not enough, I feel, but it’s something. I have little else to offer them besides my mentality and behavior at the moment, but I do seek to change that.

I have a bit of a story to accompany how I finally reached the point where I knew I needed some rituals, actually, so I will go ahead and share it. It may seem trivial, because it is, but I have a Sweet Basil plant that I look after at the moment. I decided to put my Freyr idol in the soil, which I hoped would grant it good fortune in its growth, or something. All went well for a bit, but I just noticed that my plant is infested with little bugs. Now, I don’t expect Freyr to magically save my plant if I write him a prayer, so I want to ask him to help guide me to a better understanding with how to take care of the plant. Instead of asking for him to save it for me, I want him to help me save it myself. His domain is the fertility of the earth, but I must also know how to respect and cooperate with his soil. I also should consider the local landvættir, perhaps.

Anyway, I suppose I just expected things to work. I haven’t given them the respect they deserve, honestly. Rituals show you make an effort for them, after all. They are good gestures to make. I’m learning that, though!

So yeah, I don’t really have any special rituals or routines yet, but a few are in the works. As I said earlier, I’m just too new to this, and I’m rather slow at figuring all this Heathenry stuff out for myself. Still, I really do appreciate you taking the time to ask.

Þakka þér fyrir, vinur minn! :)
(Thank you, my friend!)

anonymous asked:

Are request open if they are is it ok if I can request an Odin x corrin fix about what they're going to name future baby Ophelia cause I noticed there aren't any Odin fics so yeah lol

(Want to change the name? Use this!)

When you found out you were with child, you weren’t sure who was more excited; Odin or yourself. He was practically leaping around with joy, shouting to the world that he was going to be a father.

You wanted to run out and tell everyone, as well. However, your husband insisted you stay in the room and rest; after all, being pregnant is very exhausting!

As the months went on and you grew bigger, Odin grew even more excited along with you. So much so that despite only being five months in, he was already trying to come up with baby names.

A task you promised you’d let him do. You immediately regretted it when he actually started spouting ideas.

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HEY I NEEd HELPP!! COUGH ITS VOICE ACTING STUFF COUGH

S O. I gotta keep practicing all my different voices nshit so i dont forget how to do them– s O

REBLOG WITH ONE OF THE CHARACTERS LISTED BELOW AND THEN A QUOTe. IT CAN BE SOMETHING THEY ACTUALLY SAID, OR WHATEVER YOU WANt.

Characters:

  • ODIN DARK, HERO OF THE AGEs
  • mrs purple thunder tits- AKA CAMILLa cough fireemblem sh
  • yogi bear
  • marvin the martin
  • shaggy from scooby doo
  • chipmunk
  • sexyvoice~
  • movie trailer guy (which is actually pretty similar if not the same as odin wh o o ps)
  • Kurapika- HxH
  • a shitty MARIK ISHTAR- YGOTAS
  • Fluttershy- mlp
  • NAGISA FROM 50% OFF MMMMMMDADDY

so in recap– REBLOG one of those names and something you want me to say in that voice

ALSO YES!! YOU CAN REBLOG MULTIPLE TIMES, OR SAY MORE THAN ONE SUGGESTION!!!!!!!

p leaseguys i need this

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untilterminalfailure  asked:

Hey, I'm about to run a VtR chronicle that's going to be a heist story. I've polled every Wiccan, every mythology buff, every fantasy novel reader I know - other than the Philosopher's Stone, no one can tell me of an artifact that can provide great riches. Barring this, my last resort, I'm just going to make one up, but I was hoping to find something with a premade backstory.

Hi untilterminalfailure. Thanks for your question!

There are a lot of legends of things, places, or magical rituals that bring about wealth and prosperity for people - which, given humanity’s obsession with personal property and ownership, isn’t very surprising.

A quick search about the resources I use often brought me to this page: Wikipedia: List of Mythological Objects.

Here are some of the examples that really stand out in relation to your specific request. Bear in mind I know little about some of them, so I encourage you to do further research on those that really grab your attention. I’ve added some notes when an idea came to mind to put a bit of a spin on it to better suit your needs.

  • Draupnir, a golden arm ring possessed by Odin. The ring was a source of endless wealth. (Norse mythology)
  • Vaidurya, most precious of all stones, sparkling beauty beyond compare, the stone worn by the goddess Lakshmi and the goddess of wealth Rigveda. (Hindu Mythology)
  • Nábrók (Death Underpants), are a pair of pants made from the skin of a dead man, which are capable of producing an endless supply of money. (Icelandic folklore)
  • Andvaranaut, a magical ring capable of producing gold, first owned by Andvari. (Norse mythology)
  • Philosopher’s stone, said to perform alchemy without an equal sacrifice being made, such as turning lead to gold, and creating something out of nothing
  • Jeweled Branch of Hōrai, a branch from a tree found on Hōrai, these trees of gold have jewels for leaves. One of Kaguya-hime’s suitor set out to search for the branch. (Japanese mythology). Sometimes it isn’t the thing itself that produces wealth directly, but what it can lead people to or produce indirectly. Never underestimate the value of selling something truly desired by many.
  • Glasir (Gleaming), a tree or grove described as “the most beautiful among gods and men”, bearing golden leaves located in the realm of Asgard, outside the doors of Valhalla. (Norse mythology)
  • Golden Bough, before entering Hades, Deiphobe tells Aeneas he must obtain the bough of gold which grows nearby in the woods around her cave, and must be given as a gift to Proserpina, the queen of Pluto, king of the underworld. (Roman mythology)
  • Golden apple, an element that appears in various national and ethnic folk legends or fairy tales.
  • Alkahest, a hypothetical universal solvent, having the power to dissolve every other substance, including gold. It was much sought after by alchemists for what they thought would be its invaluable medicinal qualities. Alchemy exists in many systems and its parallels with magic, rarity, and incredible abilities are part of popular knowledge. Sometimes its an ingredient, other times a secret technique could be what‘s truly valuable.
  • Ichor, is the ethereal golden fluid that is the blood of the gods and/or immortals. (Greek mythology)
  • Orichalcum, a metal mentioned in several ancient writings, including a story of Atlantis in the Critias dialogue, recorded by Plato. According to Critias, orichalcum was considered second only to gold in value, and was found and mined in many parts of Atlantis in ancient times. A material so rare, so sought after, that having even a little of it yields great wealth.
  • Golden Fleece, sought by Jason and the Argonauts. (Greek mythology). Could be the fleece, could be the sheep.
  • Pot of Gold, Leprechaun store away all their coins in a hidden pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. (Irish mythology) What if the pot wasn’t just a container, but somehow produced it as well? Imagine the worth to that secret, as well as the truth of how its done.
  • Purple Gold Red Gourd, a powerful magic gourd that sucks anyone who speaks before it inside and melts them down into a bloody stew. (Chinese mythology). Okay, so bloody stew may not be all that valuable to most… but what if it wasn’t stew it produced, but instead gave something sweeter. At least to those willing and able to pay its hideous cost.
  • Lance of Olyndicus, the celtiberians’ war chief who fought against Rome. According to Florus, he wielded a silver lance that was sent to him by the gods from the sky. Forgetting the fact that a weapon can be forged from an expensive material, or do something wondrous, what about its rarity, or the legends and meaning carried in its history.
  • Silver apple, magical silver apples can be found on the Isle of Apple Trees. (Irish mythology)
  • Lyngurium (also Ligurium), the name of a mythical gemstone believed to be formed of the solidified urine of the lynx (the best ones coming from wild males). Finally, something to do with all that lynx piss.
  • Toadstone (also Bufonite), a mythical stone or gem thought to be found in, or produced by, a toad, and is supposed to be an antidote to poison. They’re already killing stuff, why not turn its parts into something useful?

Well, I hope that gets you started. Have a peek at the original source page I posted for more ideas.

And check out Tabletop Gaming Resources for more art, tips and tools for your game!

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floralmarsupial  asked:

Another one is that Ava has a super tough time with getting up in the morning, so a lot of the time Odin has to piggyback Ava through the usual morning routine, Ava clinging to him like a teeny baby koala while he's trying to brush his teeth. It works out though because Odin gets really tired and cuddly in the evening and makes it impossible for Ava to make dinner or anything at all until he's totally fallin asleep.

omg she has to wake him up sometimes to eat and he just falls asleep in the food and she’s like ‘you are literally unbelievable how are you human’ 

tHIS WAS SO CUTE THAT I WROTE SOMETHING FOR IT

LIKE WOW??

i got really lazy at the end my deepest apologies

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