Loki (Norse mythology)

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Character
Name: Loki
Occupation: Trickster
Relationships: Fárbauti and Laufey (parents), Helblindi and Býleistr (brothers), Sigyn (wife), Angrboða, Svaðilfari (love interests), Narfi and/or Nari, Hel, Fenrir, Jörmungandr and, according to Prose Edda, Váli (children)
Fandom: Norse Mythology
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Loki is a demi-god and shapeshifter in Norse mythology. He is a Jotunn (Frost Giant) by birth, his parents are Fárbauti and Laufey. He has two brothers, Helblindi and Býleistr.

Loki is canonically married to Sigyn; the fannish name of the pairing is Logyn. He also has three children with the Jotunn Angrboda.

Contemporary Interest in Loki

Quotations

I love how in the Lokasenna half the time the gods don’t even deny the accusations thrown at them, just give a responding insult. Like

“You’re a filthy coward who only cares about sex!”

“Ha ha, you got me there, but, I mean, so are you.”
norsemythologyanimated-blog, 2015 [1]

Norse Deity ~Vibes~

UPG, but since I was just asked to describe this, here you go:

Loki: Weird. The feeling of fireworks at a fun carnival while strange music plays and the earth moves beneath you. Spencer’s Gifts meets ’00s Hot Topic. Shifting, the way you can’t quite hold water. Adapting, always finding a way forward, the missing piece of a puzzle. The sound of a fly.
queenofswords, 2021 [2]
Without loki, most norse myths would br very very short. It would be:

"Thor arrived. His epic hammer smashed all the heads. The end"

Sooo, one could say, that loki schemes. Saves lives? On the bigger scale!

(Except ragnarök but sssh)

norsesuggestions, 2021 [3]

Fanworks

Fanart

Fanfiction

Loki in Popular Culture

Links and Resources

References

  1. ^ See: Lokasenna, Archived version by norsemythologyanimated-blog on tumblr, December 27, 2015
  2. ^ Norse Deity ~Vibes~, Archived version by queenofswords on tumblr, June 10, 2021
  3. ^ Without loki, most norse myths would br very very short., Archived version by norsesuggestions on tumblr, June 14, 2021