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    "Tales of the Storm" are all the stories connected to my "Understanding the Storm" continuity. This series is the main sequence of "Understanding the Storm" and stories outside that main continuity, including stories of Loki and Thor when they were young, alternate scenes, prompt fills, and other ficlets to sketch in the history and characters of the 'verse a little more.

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    Thor has a good life with his wife Jane and a job in a law firm on the rise, until international superstar lawyer Loki Laufeyson is recruited to work in the firm's most ambitious case. Loki brings with him not only his encyclopaedic knowledge of law, his silver tongue, his lack of morals, and a playful, mercurial, chaotic approach to the work, but also his outrageous playboy lifestyle... and his long, complicated past history with Thor.

     

    “So you were good friends, then? What happened? You drifted apart?” asked Jane.
    “You could say that,” said Loki, a sip of champagne.
    Thor seemed uncomfortable, and quite glum.
    “How come?” she insisted.
    “There was a misunderstanding,” said Loki, still with that cold, reptilian smile. “I misread the signs. I kissed him, he punched me.”
    That was one hell of an awkward silence.
    “We were very drunk,” noted Thor, after a minute.
    “I wasn’t,” said Loki drily.

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    21 Nov 2018

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    18 Jul 2018

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    Asgardians are long-lived and quick to mend, but there are scars that do not show themselves so readily, and for the ones who remain, there is no chance of healing, until they are exposed to the light of day.

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    06 Jul 2018