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The Vala Prophecy - Loki x Reader - Chapter 12
Loki had been locked up in his room for three days. The only ones to come in had been his servants (they gave him his meal and left quickly), Thor, and Odin. Loki was quite sure that the Allfather had forbidden Frigga and you from seeing him. Loki was also quite sure that his room was heavily guarded, though they had no need to worry about him escaping. He had no desire to, and he wasn’t sure why. 

Thor had already pleaded with him to change his ways, and Odin had already chewed him out in his own way, so when you finally entered his room, he wasn’t sure what to expect. Both of you had been thinking about this coming conversation for days, but it was up to you to initiate it. Loki would react. 

As you opened the door, he eyes flickered quickly over you, then he faced front in his chair again, watching the fire in the fireplace. His face was blank. 
You wanted to slap him. You probably should have. However, you knew that Odin had probably already done a f
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The Vala Prophecy - Loki x Reader - Chapter 11
Your dinner with Loki went incredibly well, and he invited you on an outing in the palace gardens in a couple days time. You were happy, and you couldn’t remember being happy for such a long time. Everything on Asgard had been work related, but this was something completely new, and you loved it.
Everything was as perfect as it could be, but something kept plaguing the back of your mind.
Thor had been banished to Midgard, and the Allfather was unconscious. What was going to happen to them?
You’d asked Loki if you could go to Midgard to help Thor out, but he was insistent that you stay with him in Asgard.

“The tournament is at it’s end. You need to stay focused,” Loki pointed out. “Besides, the point of Thor being sent to Midgard was to redeem himself. He can’t do that if you’re helping him at every turn.”
You figured Loki was right. Besides, you didn't know Thor all that well (you figured he’d forget w
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The Vala Prophecy - Loki x Reader - Chapter 10
You woke up in the healing room hours after the Allfather had fallen asleep. It hurt to remember anything, so you had very little knowledge as to why you were there. Healers were bustling around. When one woman saw you awake, she hurried over to you and began taking your vitals.
“So, how did I end up in here?” you groaned as she passed a screen of magic over you.
“Your exploits in Jotunheim nearly killed you, my lady,” she said brusquely.
“Oh, my God!” you yelled, sitting up. You instantly regretted this, as it sent a throbbing pain through your head and made your vision fuzzy.
“Lay down!” the healer squawked, but almost immediately her supervisor shushed her and shooed her out.
“That is no way to talk to our patient!” the head healer said. She turned to you. “Our apologies, Lady Y/N. We are still becoming accustomed to your new title.”
“My what?”
“As a vala, your rank is much higher than it was a
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The Vala Prophecy - Loki x Reader - Chapter 9
-Loki’s Point of View-
You crumpled to the snow, and Loki hoped he hadn’t killed you.
Though it wasn’t strictly his fault, he should have seen the creature coming. He should of thrown up his shield first. You shouldn’t be lying motionless on the ground.
A blast of fiery light shook the snow-covered land. Odin appeared on horseback as the Bifrost opened. Everyone froze as he took in Fandral’s wound and your broken form. To say he was pissed was an understatement.
“Get her up, Loki,” he said dangerously.
Loki took you in his arms bridal style, and he shifted to support you head as it lolled back. He could feel a heartbeat. Good.
“Let us finish them together, Father!” Thor said triumphantly, putting his hand back on his hammer.
“You will be silent!” Odin roared at his eldest son.
The tundra was quiet while Thor stood in shock. Laufey strode toward the front of his soldiers, a cold (literally) look in his eye.
“How dar
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Miraculous!(Thor/MiraculousLadybug AU)(LokixReader
In the daytime, you’re y/n. Just an normal girl with a normal life. But you have a secret.
Because when evil strikes, you became the Miraculous Ladybug, the superheroine that saves all of Paris, with the help of the infamous Cat Noir.
You love being Ladybug. At school, you feel stifled. You’re just learning to memorize things. What you need beyond all else is action, putting those memorized things into practice. As Ladybug, you’ve gotten better at thinking on your feet, speaking out for what you believe in, and simply being you when you don’t have to worry about the consequences (ok, there are some consequences, but you can keep them in check). There is only one teensy drawback:
Cat Noir. He’s completely and helplessly in love with you and flirts constantly. You have to admit, with his spiked-back black hair, he’s pretty attractive (even if he IS in a catsuit), but you’ve got your heart set on another person.
Loki.
He and his brother, Thor, are
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The Vala Prophecy - Loki x Reader - Chapter 8
“I gotta know, is this illegal?”
Loki was standing in front of the door to your room. He had come with a proposition: Come with him, Thor, Sif, and the Warriors Three to Jotunheim to exact revenge on the frost giants.
“Yes. I take it you’re out, then?” Loki asked, secretly relieved that you had chosen to stay in Asgard.
“What? Nah, I just want to know if I need an alibi or something in case we get caught,” you said. You shouted back to Brin, who was in your closet, preparing your outfit for the final matches of the competition (hopefully it included pants).
“Hey, Brin! I’m gonna need some alone time to plan some battle tactics. Can you leave for a couple of hours?”
Brin looked harried by the suggestion (the finale of the competition was only a couple days away), but obliged your request and left the room, glancing quickly at Loki on the way out. Loki looked at her sideways, too.
“You believe your servant will be silent r
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The Vala Prophecy - Loki x Reader - Chapter 7
You’d been having the dreams for weeks. Cold and darkness descended upon your senses every night. You’d try to fight it, conjure up some energy for a force field at least, but be sucked back into the darkness. The wind would roar in your ears, along with something deeper, more animalistic until it too faded. As the dreams continued, you began waking up sweating, trying harder and harder each time to save yourself, but it felt like something was blocking you, punching you in the gut before you could get your bearings. You decided to keep these dreams to yourself even though you knew they usually indicated trouble in the near future. Thor’s coronation was in the summer, not the winter. No one else was in view in the dream (granted your vision was limited). Still, you became a little jumpy, and you began training harder and harder. This only spurred on your team to train as hard as you, gaining momentum in the competition.
Soon, Thor’s coronation was coming up, and
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The Vala Prophecy - Loki x Reader - Chapter 6
You continued practicing weekly with Loki, but you weren’t making much progress. Sort of like Harry Potter and his patronus, you were only producing weak versions of all the spells that Loki taught you.
“You may only have magic on one side of your family,” he assured you. “It will change how your magic affects things.”
Secretly, he wondered if something was blocking your magic. There were spells to impede magic (not that many had many effect on him or his mother), though they were usually very obvious. He couldn’t see any markers in your general vicinity. Not that he was looking at you very closely. Maybe.
He didn’t bother voicing this idea to you as it was only speculation. He also enjoyed spending time with you, not that he would ever admit it. You had more on your mind than fighting and feasting, like Thor and his companions did. You thought like him. You were collected like him. You didn’t give up easily when things mattered.
You had
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The Vala Prophecy - Loki x Reader - Chapter 5
“So, what sort of abilities do you possess?” Loki asked you. You were standing in his room’s library (yeah, his room was so big it had its own freaking LIBRARY) as the sun began to set. He had been reading a tome with curling pink script on the cover, but quickly closed it and shoved it away when you knocked on the door.
“Um, my powers are sort of all over the place,” you said, wondering how to categorize them.
“Name some of them,” Loki insisted.
“Let’s see… I can heal wounds… I can manipulate energy to some degree, sort of like force fields and energy blasts… I think I’m sort of clairvoyant? I have weird dreams of stuff that ends up happening, I can sense people’s actions before they do them, and I can sort of feel where events are supposed to go…”
Loki looked deep in thought as you began to falter.
“And, well… yeah. I think that’s about it.”
Loki’s eyes hovere
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The Vala Prophecy - Loki x Reader - Chapter 4
As soon as you got off of training duty, you cleaned up in your room hurriedly and hopped over to the library.
Ok, so you hadn’t realized the Asgardians could use magic. This was mostly due to the fact that while you had read up on the Norse gods, the people you were involved with were not, technically speaking, gods. They were mortal. Granted they lived like 5000 years, but STILL. They could use magic! And so could you. So what if you were one of them?
You stepped briskly into library, where you had never been before, and stopped suddenly. The place was HUGE. It was what you imagined the Hogwarts library would look like, only it had waves of murals painted on the walls and held a whopping five floors. You wanted to study the intricate carvings of the place more, but you had to find information fast. And it didn’t help that all of the bindings were in ancient Norse either.
You looked up and down the rows, but nothing screamed “MAGIC” at you. You started climbing
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The Vala Prophecy - Loki x Reader - Chapter 3
When you woke up the next morning, you vaguely remembered dreaming some names. You’d often had dreams like these, where you could remember details, items, or names, and they usually came in handy later. You looked around you room to find paper and a pencil (you only came up with ink and a quill. Damn Asgardian technology.), and you wrote the names down. There were ten total.
Brin came in soon after. Once you were dressed (you had pants now), Brin walked with you to the dining hall, where some of the champions were eating breakfast. Njord wasn’t there yet. He must’ve needed his beauty sleep, you thought. You piled food onto your plate and began to eat.
When Njord did come in, his first comment was addressed at you. “Well, that certainly is a lot of food.”
You feigned ignorance, pointing a fork at another champion. “I know. God, Sinbad, you’ll get fat if you eat that much.” Sinbad nodded stoically, going along with your joke.
“I was r
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Alyssa and Naki
Some OC's from Hellbound Guardian, which is an AMAZING webcomic you should all read!
Read Hellbound Guardian at: hellbound.elementaldinosaur.co…
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Akina (ACOTAR OC)
I'm so pumped for a Court of Wings and Ruin!!! This is Akina, and she's from the Dawn Court where I headcanon that the Fae love henna and suns and gold.
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Magnus Chase OC
She's a daughter of Frigg, and she's a völva (in training), and she goes around telling people dumb prophecies.
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Loki had been locked up in his room for three days. The only ones to come in had been his servants (they gave him his meal and left quickly), Thor, and Odin. Loki was quite sure that the Allfather had forbidden Frigga and you from seeing him. Loki was also quite sure that his room was heavily guarded, though they had no need to worry about him escaping. He had no desire to, and he wasn’t sure why. 

Thor had already pleaded with him to change his ways, and Odin had already chewed him out in his own way, so when you finally entered his room, he wasn’t sure what to expect. Both of you had been thinking about this coming conversation for days, but it was up to you to initiate it. Loki would react. 

As you opened the door, he eyes flickered quickly over you, then he faced front in his chair again, watching the fire in the fireplace. His face was blank. 
You wanted to slap him. You probably should have. However, you knew that Odin had probably already done a fine job of calling him out on what he’d done. Regardless of what Loki deserved, you needed a different approach.

You passed Loki and took a seat in the chair directly across from him. He watched you out of the corner of his eye, but didn’t face you head on.

“Why didn’t you tell me what was going on?” you asked.
Loki tensed. While he had expected the question eventually, he hadn’t expected you to ask it first.

“There was no reason for you to know of my actions,” he stated.

“Yeah? Because those actions directly affected me-“

“So this is about you, is it?” Loki snapped, still looking intently at the fire.

“This is about us, Loki,” you said. He still shivered when you said his name, as if it were the first time you had used it. “I can’t be in love with a murderer.”

“Because as an agent, you have not killed anyone?” he said. He pushed away your wording, you telling him that you loved him. You didn’t know.

“You tried to murder an entire race of people,” you said more calmly than you felt.

“They were a threat,” Loki said.

“There are other ways-“

“Like what?” Loki snarled, finally looking your way. The rage in his eyes scared you. “Tell me that they wouldn’t have rebelled in the future. Tell me that the Jotuns wouldn’t have tried to murder the Asgardian people as they did three days ago!”

“You literally helped them!” you yelled back. “Don’t act like you’re above them when you helped plan these murders! Some of our soldiers didn’t come back, and you act like their lives were worth your selfishness!”

“How was I selfish by destroying the Jotuns’ king? Their ruler is now gone. It will be centuries before they can regroup-“

“You only did it to kill your father, and we both know it!” you screamed.

That shook Loki to his frozen core. There was no way…

“How did you know that Laufey was my father?” Loki said, his voice shaking a little.

“Your mo… Frigga. Queen Frigga told me how you were adopted from Jotunheim,” you said.

“And did she tell you how Odin only planned to use me to unite the realms? That I was never truly his son?” he cried.

“So what?” you said exasperatedly. “So Odin treats you unfairly? Your daddy issues give you NO right to just come in and destroy everything!”

“But-“

“There are no ‘buts’. You made a choice. It was no one else’s fault but yours,” you said. Your face was hard, your expression set.
The conversation settled as you both paused for breath. You looked directly at him, not quite glaring, and he met your gaze slowly.

“So what do you think I should do now?” Loki asked softly. “I have committed foul crimes. Do you think really think I can just apologize, and everything will suddenly be better?”

“You have to come to terms with what’s happened,” you answered. “Because I don’t think you understand the gravity of what you tried to do. And then I think you’ll figure out what to do next.”

“And what makes you think I can change?” Loki asked seriously. Surprisingly, you smiled.

“If I can change from a regular Midgardian to a high-ranking, magic-using Asgardian in one day, I’m sure you’ll do just fine,” you said gently. “And if you step out of line, Thor will tell me, and then I’ll kick your ass-“

“Wait, you’re staying?” Loki asked, awestruck.

“Well, yeah. Odin offered me the position of being a vala here in the castle, and my boss on Midgard is pretty cool with it, so I’ll be sticking around awhile.”

“And… you will stay with me? Even after everything? Even thought I am Jotun?” Loki whispered. 

“I’d like nothing better,” you said, smiling softly.

Loki quickly stood up, crossed the room, and caught you in a passionate kiss. You reciprocated and put your arms around his neck. You both smiled as Loki took his lips from yours and placed a small kiss on your forehead. He held you in his arms until the guards called for you to leave, and you left, ready to begin your new life with Loki.



In light of recent events, the final portion of the Asgardian Training Competition was canceled, though you were deemed the unofficial winner because your soldiers proved to be the best fighters during the Jotun invasion. Lord Njord refused to accept this, but went home in disgrace after the Allfather chose the rest of the champions as royal weapons masters and did not include him.
You stayed in the palace as a royal vala, though things slightly altered when your title was changed to princess. Haven eaten one of Idun’s apples, you and Loki lived and loved for thousands of years to come.
The end.
The Vala Prophecy - Loki x Reader - Chapter 12
Oh man, I finally finished it!!! Thanks so much for your support guys!!! I hope you liked it!
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Your dinner with Loki went incredibly well, and he invited you on an outing in the palace gardens in a couple days time. You were happy, and you couldn’t remember being happy for such a long time. Everything on Asgard had been work related, but this was something completely new, and you loved it.
Everything was as perfect as it could be, but something kept plaguing the back of your mind.
Thor had been banished to Midgard, and the Allfather was unconscious. What was going to happen to them?
You’d asked Loki if you could go to Midgard to help Thor out, but he was insistent that you stay with him in Asgard.

“The tournament is at it’s end. You need to stay focused,” Loki pointed out. “Besides, the point of Thor being sent to Midgard was to redeem himself. He can’t do that if you’re helping him at every turn.”
You figured Loki was right. Besides, you didn't know Thor all that well (you figured he’d forget who you were if you showed up on Midgard to help him). You barely knew the Allfather either, but Loki told you that his state wasn’t permanent. He’d be able again soon. With the possibility of Thor’s departure lasting years, it was important for Loki to get the hang of ruling right away.

You agreed with Loki on all points, but some part of you remembered him as the silver-tongued trickster. That part of you worried if he wasn’t just manipulating you. After all, he had kept your true nature hidden from you for months! Then again, he hadn’t been COMPLETELY sure, now, had he? And he loved you, right?

Right?



Days after Thor had been banished, you woke up from a fitful sleep. Images flashed through your mind. Heimdall frozen in place. Laufey invading the castle. Loki with skin of a Jotun. Loki falling from the rainbow bridge.
Normally, you would have informed Loki right away, but he had been in meetings for days. You hadn’t even had time to see him since your dinner together. Something about the dream didn’t seem right. It was fragmented, unclear. Even now, your visions were slipping away. You wrote down what you could remember and left to train your soldiers.
Only days were left in the competition.
That day was odd. Normally, you’d see the Warriors Three and Lady Sif watching you from the rafters, seeing how the champions were performing under this much pressure, but today, they were absent. You shrugged. They were probably under new orders, what with Loki changing battle tactics.

That day you had agreed with Loki to go to the gardens, so when it came time for lunch, you showered, changed into something nice, and went looking for him. As it happened, he ended up finding you down a hallway, and he ran to catch up with you.

Something was amiss. His fists were clenched tightly, and his smile was thin. He was on-edge, not that he had been anything less these last couple of days, but this time it was different.

“What’s wrong?” you asked.

“There’s a threat coming from Jotunheim. I’m going out to meet it,” he said. He looked at you squarely and grabbed you by the shoulders. “I need you to promise me you’ll stay away from the battle.”

Well, that was suspicious. 

“Why-“

“Just… trust me, please.”

“If a fighting breaks out, I’m going to help defend,” you said. “I can’t promise to do nothing.”

“Promise me,” he said, taking your hand and pressing a kiss to the back of it. “I need you.”

“I…”

“My king!” A soldier yelled from the end of the hall. “They’ve broken our barriers!”

“What?!” you gasped. Loki shoved you in the direction of the training barracks.

“Get your soldiers,” he said. “It’s time they learned true battle.”

“Right,” you said, running in the opposite direction.

Loki headed for the Allfather’s room, intent on destroying his real father and Jotenheim once and for all.



As your soldiers armored up and began taking orders from you, you saw Sif and the Warriors Three fighting their way into the castle. After you sent your last soldier away, you cut through the battling Jotuns and got into their circle of protection. Sif immediately drew her weapon to attack you.

“Sif! What the hell?” you asked parrying her stroke.

“You’re in league with Loki, are you not?” she snarled. “That traitor has you in his clutches!”

“How is he a traitor?” you yelled above the noise of swords clashing.

“For starters, he tried to kill his own brother,” Sif said, going for your throat this time. “Then, he usurped the Allftather-“

“What are you talking about? When did all this happen?” you asked, dodging her swing.
Sif stopped her attack.

“Where have you been these last three days? Or has your love made you that blind?” she asked. A Jotun aimed a spear at her, but you swooped in a blocked it.

“Why are you defending me?” she asked furiously. 

“Um, because we’re on the same side?” you yelled. “Now get your butt in gear, and kill these Jotuns instead of me!”

“We are not on the same side! Loki wants the Jotuns to kill the Allfather so he can truly have the throne! He sent the Destroyer to kill Thor just this morning!”

You froze. “What?!”

“You really had no idea?” Sif asked. She killed the Jotun who aimed to attack you out of pity.

“Are you saying,” you said. “That my boyfriend just tried to kill his brother AND his father to rule Asgard?”

“Yes! And he’s fighting Thor on the Bifrost Bridge as we speak because his first attempt at murder failed!” Sif yelled.

“I’M GOING TO *KILL* LOKI!” you cried.
Sif saw the fury in your eyes and knew you were indeed on her side of the fight.

“They might still be there!” she said. “Go!”

The Warriors Three cut a path out of the attacking Jotuns for you, and you sprinted to the bridge.



“I could’ve done it, Father!” Loki yelled, grinning maniacally as he hung from the Bifrost.

“No, Loki…” His father said, pain filling his eyes.

The light left Loki’s eyes, and you knew what he was going to do. You had seen it in your dreams.

“No!” you shouted as he let go of Thor’s hand.

You dove at Loki and willed your magic into place. Your shoulder burned as the rune attempted to stop your use of so much magic, but you ignored it. Your magic shot like cords to Loki’s outstretched arm and firmly gripped him so that he wouldn't fall into space. Loki’s face was twisted with compassion and fury.

“Let me go, Y/n!” he yelled, fumbling with his own magic to get undone. Thor grabbed you around your midsection and pulled you back as you pulled on your magic cords. Odin grabbed onto Loki by his armor and yanked him out of space.
When Thor let go of you, you ran to Loki and hugged him. You were crying, and Loki had no idea how to handle it. He gently put his arms around you and hugged you back. 

“Don’t leave her, Loki,” Odin said. “Don’t leave any of us.”

You unlatched yourself from Loki’s arms and whirled around.

“Oh, like you suddenly care? ‘No, Loki…’ What the hell was that? You don’t tell that to someone threatening to fall off a bridge!”

Odin looked like he wanted to punch you, but he was still holding Loki, so he was unable to. Thor took hold of Loki as well and redirected the conversation. 

“Let’s get back to the palace,” he said. “There are several things we need to discuss…”
The Vala Prophecy - Loki x Reader - Chapter 11
I think there's only going to be one more chapter after this, with a potential epilogue. 
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