Thor needs help
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08 Mar 2020
(PREVIOUSLY KNOWN AS: I'm Gonna Carry You Home)
“The most dangerous creation of any society is the man who has nothing to lose.” —James A. Baldwin
OR: Coping after your support system has been violently ripped away from you
(Title from “Elsa’s Song” by The Amazing Devil)
THIS STORY IS NOW COMPLETE!
- Part 1 of Thor's Mighty Adventures
Fandoms: avengers endgame - Fandom, Marvel, Thor (Movies)
19 Aug 2019
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With your inspo request: Maybe some wholesome Bruce being Thor's pseudo-therapist (a la Iron Man 3 post credits) and trying to get Thor to be healthier (getting him out the house, doing stuff, even just getting ice cream and talking). Maybe tie in to Bruce's newfound confidence in himself (minus Prof. Hulk) in Endgame. Just wholesome mental health Thruce discourse. Idk just a suggestion <3
I was going to make it fluff but if you know me you know I have trouble writing anything but angst. Also please read the tags
Fandoms: Marvel Cinematic Universe, Thor (Movies)
19 Jun 2020
Thor's childhood friend (read tormenter) comes to live with his family. Although Loki bugs the heck out of Thor, he's oddly alluring, and Thor finds himself wishing that they were more than... whatever they are.
12 Nov 2020
When Loki is imprisoned in the dungeons of Asgard to spend the rest of his days in, he has no choice but to find a way out, especially to get away from his brother Thor. So he fakes his death by acting as if he killed himself and Thor can't bear the loss since he really believed it. But will Thor find out that Loki is really dead? Or will we continue to live in agony...