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I'm The Monster You Tell Your Children About? (Fandom)
« on: February 10, 2012, 02:15:57 PM »
I'm The Monster You Tell Your Children About At Night?

Normally, I am not one to go very much against a canon storyline. In fact, I generally try to fit my game storyline into the canon storyline, but I have an idea for this game that would involve having to go against the canon storyline (at least for the movie). I know all the general details on the Thor comics, but the movie is the most fresh in my mind and I really do enjoy the part of Loki in it.

I'd like to do a story where Loki has known that he is a Frost Giant since he was young. Odin tell him, but he figured it out for himself, much like he does in the movie. Maybe the movie isn't the first instance where Thor decides to take a trip to Jötunheimr to try and stir up some trouble with the giants and Loki figured it out on one of those trips. His jealousy towards Thor grows stronger everyday as he realizes that Odin will never allow him to ascend to the throne because of what he is. That no matter how thick headed, stubborn, and arrogant his 'brother' is, Loki will never be king. Having never confronted Odin about his origins, Loki believes he is nothing more than a pity child. That Odin fought his Frost Giant father (Laufey, King of the Frost Giants) and took him out of pity. That he is nothing more than a runt giant to Laufey and nothing more than a pity case to Odin.

Jealousy mounting, it only gets worse as the two boys get older. Their early 'teens' were spent with Loki chasing after Thor and trying to keep him from starting trouble, meanwhile instigating much of his own. Despite trying to force his brother to grow into the king he needs to be, he is almost always willing to use his own abilities to help Thor along. Gaining the nickname 'Silver Tongue' as well as being known as a 'Mischief Maker'. Over time, some questioned if his assistance in Thor's minor-trouble making was not a way to be rid of the slightly older son of Odin as a way to get to the throne. Soon, some wondered if maybe Loki's playful, mischievous tricks weren't becoming a bit too vicious and full of malice.

As they started to hit the later years of the lives, Thor grew to be the handsome, strong, powerful Asgardians that everyone loved. Meanwhile, Loki became more and more un-Asgardians by the day. He lacked the size and strength of his brother, not to mention the bravery. If Loki could talk his way around something or trick his way out of it, he would. Everything was a challenge for Loki. Not only did the people of Asgard expect more of him, but he knew that he could never be what they wanted him to be. Why? Because he knew he was a monster.

Things were made much worse by the placement of women into their lives. All the women that ever looked at the pair or came around the pair were always looking at Thor. He was the kind of man they wanted to marry and be with. Loki was just looked at with strange disgust. Even their group friend, Sif, seemed to look at Thor with such admiration and Loki with such disdain, even when he has managed to save her life several times in the past. For a while he tried not to let it bother him. He focused on strengthening his magical abilities.

Yet even Thor, as thick as he is, has noticed his brothers seemingly lack of interest in the opposite sex. In an attempt to be a good brother, because he refuses to believe Loki has tried to kill him or get him exiled in the past, he thinks the best thing to remedy the situation is to find a good woman for his brother. But when he does manage to find a girl willing to give Loki a chance, the God of Mischief can't help but notice the way she looks at his brother...and it angers him greatly.

So...basically...I would be playing Loki. I'm looking for someone to play the Asgardian woman. The relationship between her and Loki would be very strained. Her being a physically and mentally strong woman who believes she deserves better than someone like Loki, but going along with it at the request of Prince Thor. Loki finding himself attracted to her, for her intelligence mostly, but angry with her because of her liking for his brother. Being the person he is, he refuses to break off the relationship simply because of that. Part of him wants her to suffer being with him (part him growing from being simply playful to evil).

Anyway...PM me! Indulge my whims!