Me: I shall protect you my small cinnabun
Character: I’m twice your size, I could bench press five of you while you can hardly carry anything over twenty pounds, you cry over small animals, and earlier you got scared when you closed the door too loudly
Me: shhh small one, you are safe now
Imagine being a librarian’s assistant in Asgard. One day you go to the prisons to give books for entertainment. You strike up a short but interesting conversation with Loki, leading to an amazing relationship.
“Hooray! So I’m a big Cass girl and dean girl. But I thought it would be really cute if the reader had to go on a hunt at a masquerade ball and Cass had to go and smut ensues after wards?” @notsotypicalasiangirl
Warnings: A few cuss words, but baby its Supernatural
You opened your eyes and looked at the clock on the bedside table. It read “5:50” you groaned into your pillow, but then your head snapped up to look at the date. The date read (Your birthdate) you smiled. But then you remembered that you had a hunt. A sigh escaped your lips before you fell asleep again.
Loki was bored, and a bored Loki is never a good thing.
Usually confined to the 35th floor, Loki had discovered a way out a week ago and now that the Avengers, his keepers, were gone, some sort of mission on the other side of this rock, Loki was able to come and go as he pleased.
As he went floor to floor, examining the building, he was surprised to find someone left behind, working in a glass fronted laboratory-cum-office. She didn’t notice him and having been mostly alone for the four weeks he’d been here, Loki felt the need to be interact with someone; even if they just ended up trading insults, it was better than nothing.
The doors whooshed open almost silently and the woman looked up.
“Who’s there?” she asked.
Loki froze in place, wondering why her eyes focused near him rather than on him.
“Tony, if this is your idea of a joke, I’m not above-hiding prawns in your Iron Man suit again.”
Loki kept perfectly still and after a few moments of listening intently, she evidently decided nothing was there and turned away.