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AshThor by Sigynthefaithful for JaneDoe876
Fandoms: Thor (Movies), Cinderella (Fairy Tale)
19 Aug 2018
A Thorki re-interpretation of Cinderella, but it's not Cindereloki this time, it's AshThor. Maybe a little OOC, but Thor is young and obedient. Indulge me, ok?
Fandoms: Marvel Cinematic Universe, Thor (Movies), The Avengers (Marvel Movies), Alternate Universe - Fandom
14 Feb 2018
Loki has all his memories taken from him. The Avengers need proof it's not one of his schemes. Thor doesn't. Feels ensue.
Fandoms: Thor - All Media Types, Marvel
12 Nov 2017
This was the magnificent ohfreckle's prompt: "The day after Ragnarok. Somehow they managed to avert the end of the world and they welcome the first day after together. No heavy angst, no crack fic." I'm sorry I couldn't keep a totally serious tone, but after such an exhausting year, physically as well as emotionally, my brain needed smiles. I hope it will make you smile too.
Fandoms: The Avengers (Marvel Movies), Norse Religion & Lore, Thor (Movies), Thunderfrost - Fandom, Thorki - Fandom
12 Aug 2016
The story takes place after The Dark World, with Thor still on Earth. While Loki holds the throne wearing Odin’s disguise, Ásgarðr’s defences, still weak from Malekith’s attack, are once again breached, this time by Surtr’s Fire Giants. As soon as Loki – who had more than a finger in the reasons behind the attack – is wounded and his disguise fails, Odin wakes, like he always does when Ásgarðr’s in danger and ends the fight with the powerful weapon Gungnir, which never completely yielded to Loki.
Because Loki helped protecting the Nine Realms during the Convergence, proved to be a thoughtful and passable king – while Odin slept and Thor refused the responsibility – and fought valiantly to protect Ásgarðr and its citizens against the Fire Giants’ attack, Odin commutes his sentence, planning it to be sorts of a punishment for Thor at the same time, for disobeying the Allfather’s express commands and refusing the throne. So he dispatches Loki to Earth, not completely healed, magic dampening wristlets on, right into the “wolves’ den”, the Avengers Tower.
21 Feb 2016
Sequel to “There’s no Place like Home! (Trust Me, Brother!)”. What the title says ;-)
30 Dec 2014
"Was it easier for you when Thor didn't remember," Dr. Riley asks him.
"No. I like it that he remembers. I don't even mind being Mr. 12-Step Expert," he admits, because it actually is kind of nice to feel useful for a change. "I just wish he would do it during the evening, maybe."
This is a direct sequel to Oddly Enough, There’s Plenty of Dung at the Bottom of the Dung Heap and will make the most sense read after its predecessors.
- Part 23 of The March of the Damned
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28 Dec 2014