adorablemochi  asked:

I kinda hope Loki’s frost giant side is shown a lot more in the MCU. (If he does come back to life.)

I doubt it, even if he does come back to life (which…I’m trying not to get my hopes up, buds. Trying real hard.). It’s been pretty thoroughly dropped, at least as a major plot point, since…well, 2011, aside from incidental mentions (”he’s adopted” “Loki of Jotunheim”, the play in Ragnarok).

At least the good thing about watching Supernatural for so long is that I got really used to major emotional plot threads getting dropped and entirely forgotten.

But man, same here. Same fuckin’ here.

Loki: *clicks pen*

Valkyrie: *clicks pen in response*

Thor: Stop that.

Valkyrie: Stop what?

Thor: You’re talking about me in Morse Code.

Loki: Yeah, that’s what we’re doing. In our very limited free time, we took a class on a very outdated, very unnecessary form of communication just so we could talk about you in front of you.

Valkyrie, to Bruce: That’s… exactly what we did.

Let’s be honest right now, Loki has been through too much. First of all, he was brought up as a person he too late realized he never would’ve been. Then, after trying to be his brother’s equal and failing because of his too emotion-guided method, he decided to kill himself. Yes, he killed himself by letting go of Thor’s grasp. He was later revived by Thanos, the Mad Titan, who, after torturing him, used his ambitions to obtain an Infinity Stone. He was then sent to Earth to complete his mission and there, he stood alone (with an army made up of mere puppets) against a whole planet, and failed again. He was sentenced to life imprisonment and lost all the esteem the people he loved had for him. He was locked up, he couldn’t do anything to save his mother, the only parent-like figure he had ever had, and that regret tormented him, made him go crazy. He was then ready to sacrifice himself for his brother, but then he found a better solution to that, and decided that maybe death wasn’t the right choice this time. He finally got the position he had fought so hard for, he finally ruled on Asgard for four years. Right when he thought he had found his happy ending, Thor revealed his identity to the whole planet, and his plan vanished. Then Odin died, and in his last moments, he recognized Loki as his son, without any distinction between him and Thor, and that probably meant the world for Loki. After Hela broke out of her prison, the brothers were both sent to Sakaar, where Loki seemed so at ease he had no intention of leaving that place. He did try to fool Thor again one more time there, because he was indeed still just the god of mischief. After being electrocuted for who knows how long without even passing out, he came back to Asgard, bringing the ship that would’ve later led the Asgardians to salvation. He fought alongside his brother again, and in the end, it worked out pretty well for them, and they saved Asgard, the people of Asgard. But then, destiny came back for him and this time, this time Loki decided that he would play no more tricks. He evolved, he’s no longer just the god of mischief, he’s become someone who put his brother’s life before his, before the Tesseract, before the universe.

I, Loki, Prince of Asgard, Odinson, rightful King of Jotunheim, God of Mischief…

How is it?
  • Thor: So... what's it like dating my brother, lady Y/N?
  • You: Once, I asked him for water while he was pissed at me, and he brought me a glass full of ice and said "wait".
  • Thor: ... What?
  • You: I love him, he is just perfect.

The look on his face… Ugh, my heart!😭❤️

(Not my gif. Found in google search.) Also, here is the video the gif is from:

Thor and Peter Parker in Nature

*the boys see a snake*

Thor: Is that Loki?

Peter: N O, ⁱᵗ'ˢ ᵃ ᵈᵃⁿᵍᵉʳ ⁿᵒᵒᵈˡᵉ