Heimdall is a good bro
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Fandoms: Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Avengers (Marvel Movies), Thor - All Media Types, Thor (Movies)
25 Mar 2018
“You worry about him,” It wasn’t a question but rather a casual observation.
“Of course,” You replied. “He is my king.”
“He thinks of you.”
You flinched, wishing you could mask your surprise from the god who could see and hear all.
“Do you see inside the minds of others now as well?” You asked, keeping your tone light.
“One does not always have to have the gift of sight to see what is there.”
- Part 4 of A Queen Protects Her King
24 May 2018
Heimdall has lived for millenia, watching the stars twinkle endlessly. And yet, he feels himself at quite a loss when two children come crashing into him one particular spring day. After all, how could he, a passive Watchman, possibly help two future kings of Asgard?
- Part 1 of In Memoriam Requiem
The truth was that no one had taught Thor how to be a King.
Well, technically they had, but he hadn't been paying any attention. The information had been half absorbed, half disposed to make room for fighting techniques and adventures, and now that he was close to being the rightful king of Asgard he didn't know what to do.
So of course, he went for advice from the two people he knew would help him.
Otherwise known as the story in which Thor asks for help from his two mentors. Cannot be read as a stand-alone.
23 Sep 2018
Thor’s family has to keep him going to a UN conference when he has the flu. The obvious solution to this is sending Loki disguised as Thor in his brother’s place. But first, Loki must be trained in the ancient art of Thor.
Over 5,000 words of crack-y, family-friendly, good hometown fun. A good read, I think. I hope.