Loki emerged triumphant and took over Asgard. He imprisoned most of the Aesir in Asgard's dungeons, but found his rule to be more difficult than expected. Past villains and allies in Loki's schemes came forward, expecting fulfillment of all the promises he made to them over the years.[2]

Over time, Loki became reliant on his captives such as Sif, Thor, and Balder for advisement during his reign. He learned from Balder that the ranks of Hel were filled with divergent copies of the Gods from many realities, and Loki's destiny was to never remain triumphant. Loki soon saw this truth for himself.[3]

Having planned to execute the Thunder God, Loki attempted to deny destiny by reversing his decision, but ultimately fell anyway when Thor freed himself and retook the kingdom.[4]


Seemingly those of Loki Laufeyson (Earth-616)#Powers.

Discover and Discuss


Like this? Let us know!

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.