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  1. Public Bookmark 43

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    "It appears that, as they say on Midgard, the third time is a charm, eh, brother?" After the battle of Ragnarok, as Loki is dying -- for the third and final time -- he and Thor have a last conversation. The phrase "cats all the way down" is uttered, oddly enough.

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    03 Jun 2020

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    03 Jun 2020

  3. Public Bookmark 10

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    On the Asgardian Ark, Heimdall and Loki have a frank conversation and come to an understanding or several.

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    02 Jun 2020

  4. Public Bookmark 76

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    "After Odin fell into the Sleep, Loki kept going back to the Vault every few hours to stand before the plinth where the Casket of Ancient Winters lay. Like a guilty man returning to the scene of the crime. But what was the crime, he wondered, and whose? Loki’s driving his father past the brink of exhaustion by confronting him with the truth? Or Odin’s abandoning his son when he most needed his father's guidance? Or was it earlier: the lie he had told Loki for his whole life only to reveal the truth in the wrong way, at the wrong moment, and then escape taking responsibility for the aftermath? ...

    "He saved my life, Loki reminded himself; I would have died if he hadn't taken me. But was that even true? Could he believe Odin’s word about anything, now? Was he a rescued castoff or a hostage? ... Loki was starved for knowledge, and he knew he would not get it from Odin. Nor could he expect truth from his mother, from Frigga: Odin might well have told her the same lies. No, there was only one person he could ask: Laufey himself. As a king to another king, Laufey owed him the courtesy of truth."

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    01 Jun 2020