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Post by Loki on Tue Dec 17, 2013 1:12 pm

Never Say Die (Amy and Dean) 621871-loki_loki_thor_2011_21916698_333_591This truely was Loki's idea of fun. It had taken a while to perfect but now it was ready and the fun would begin. What else should they expect when Asgard tried to chain the mischief, chaos and lies? And they still didn't have a clue about his outings. Many of them in preparation for this trick.

He had sent a distress signal to SHIELD, disguised as the great Thunderer himself. How much it pleased Loki to pretend to be his brother falling in battle. Adding a few explosions and various images of the creatures he had dragged from the nine realms and he had a fairly nice call which should bring him plenty of mortals to play around with. The 'distress signal' had cut off less than half a minute after it had started. Just enough time and information for the mortals to track it back to the location. That was all Loki needed.  

His latest trick was designed to snare the mind. A powerful illusion was cast that turned the walls and floors into images of the timeless skies. Dark and filled with the tiny pricks of light and the spiraling galaxies. No one would be able to see the walls and walking on the floor was disorientating enough. Then there were the ghosts that lurked around. It had been the souls of the dead that had inspired him to create this game of illusions.

Of course, the souls that could not make it to the afterlife were not pleasant themselves. They despised the living and while they remained pacified when left alone, Loki had found out that approaching them left the spirits angered; enough that they would attack whatever was close to them with the murderous intent to bring the living to their own world. Fun for all. He thought as he waited, invisible to mortal eyes, waiting for the entertainment to come to him.

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