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Loki (god)

Loki was a god in Norse mythology.

He was regarded as a trickster, a shapeshifter, a joker, and one who spoke in riddles. (PROSE: Dark Horizons) He was the god fire and mischief. He was Odin's "blood brother" until he killed Odin's son, Baldur, (PROSE: Where Angels Fear) with mistletoe (PROSE: Timewyrm: Revelation) out of jealousy and spite. Loki was chained underground until he broke free and Ragnarok began. (PROSE: Where Angels Fear) A young A. H. Millington wrote an essay about Loki at the helm of the Dead Men's Ship heading to Asgard. Loki then clashed with Heimdal in scorching flames. (PROSE: The Curse of Fenric)

Thanks to his many faces, the Doctor was the inspiration for Loki by his eleventh incarnation. (PROSE: Picnic at Asgard) Freydis mistook the Eleventh Doctor as Loki. (PROSE: Dark Horizons)

Wiglaf called Sally Morgan the daughter of Loki. (AUDIO: Black and White)

Aldis told a story about Odin, Thor, and Loki coming to take Vikings to a tenth world. (PROSE: The Víkingr Mystique)

A half dozen Remakes of Loki escaped the City of the Saved into the Universe, but none of them could be original cause of the myth under the History Protocols. (PROSE: Of the City of the Saved...)

In a universe that never happened, "Loki the liar" fought Krishna. (PROSE: Dharmayuddha)

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