Loki: Why I Began the End

Loki: Why I Began the End

Maia Jacomus, Nathan Winburn


the tip of the area is coming. we know it. i feel we knew it the instant Odin and that i first met—any indication of camaraderie among a god and a tremendous used to be unthinkable. yet that was once simply the 1st thread of the unraveling global tapestry. contemplating my betrayal towards the giants, the gods treating my teenagers like beasts, and my very own lack of know-how concerning the futility of divine energy, I’m stunned the area remains to be status. I’m stunned the gods can movement on unchanged, even after the dying in their Prince, the Shining One, the sum of all that’s sturdy and useful on the earth.

Yggdrasil forbid they need to ever admit to a mistake or a flaw, or come clean with their proportion of blame.

If you haven’t guessed, I’m Loki, member of the Jotun big race, sworn blood-brother of the best god Odin. If you’ve heard of me, you’ve heard that I’m depraved, that I’m the best enemy of the gods, and i begun the chain of occasions that promise the top of the realm. good, certain, that’s all true—but now not for the explanations you think.

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