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Loki's missing wife part 3 Loki and SigynPart three:Loki's missing wife part 3 Loki and Sigyn by *thebluemaiden
Time for Loki seemed to pass slowly; he played chess with his gradually healing wife, read to her and told her all the news and gossip of Asgard. The god of mischief quickly found that he truly enjoyed making Sigyn laugh by telling her as many silly stories or stupid rumours as he was aware of.
It took some time but eventually Thor and Tony had found Sigyn’s staff and returned it to her, this had helped the lady greatly as it made it easier for her to tap into her magic, this had meant in turn that Sigyn begin to heal quicker and with more precision than before. Thor also informed Loki that the sect which had taken his wife, were either dead or in prison, the god of mischief had taken this news with an equanimity which surprised Thor. The thunder god however was grateful for his brothers acceptance of the Midgardians form of justice for the men who had harmed his wife, as Loki bent on revenge would as he well knew not have been a pretty thing for those involved in tak
I will have no other-Commission - One-ShotLoki’s heart raced. He heard footsteps. That meant that someone was coming down the prison hall to visit him. It couldn’t have just been another guard, he was certain. The footfalls were lighter and were accompanied by the sound of rustling skirts. They slowed as they neared their destination and Loki felt the presence of a young woman as she stepped in front of the magical cell barrier. He didn’t even have to turn around to know who it was. As he closed his eyes, preparing and steeling himself, he gritted his teeth slightly. It was her.I will have no other-Commission - One-Shot by ~inkandparchment23
“Loki…” The young woman breathed shakily behind him. “It’s… It’s been a while…”
“Yes, Ash,” he agreed, turning around to face her slowly. “It has been.”
The moment Loki’s eyes fell upon her, his heart leapt in his chest and he felt like he had stepped into his past, before he had learned who—no, what