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Post by Loki on Sun Nov 24, 2013 6:46 am

England.

Well, it was a more familiar place than America. In the days of his youth, Loki had spent time on Midgard, around the area now considered Europe. It had been away in the Northern lands that he had been most known, across the see and over to the colder areas such as Denmark and Iceland. Still, the reach of Asgard and been extensive back in those days. The Norsemen had walked on England.

And now it seemed that attention was being brought to this land. Loki was not blind and he was not deaf. The god of mischief had heard about the Avengers and SHIELD being brought here. So why was the trickster (who was meant to be serving time in Asgard) on the land that currently harboured the very beings who had defeated him in New York?

Fun.

Where was the point in making mischief if there wasn't danger on both sides. A gamble. Loki liked the odds to be in his favour, of course but they were never set. He did take the risk because he wanted the entertainment - the need to have to think quickly on his feet, to watch the others struggle around him. Helpless like ants.

A cruel smirk played on his face as he stood on the pavement, invisible to all, watching the mortal chariots speed past. They thought themselves safe.

A pull of magic flowed throughout Loki and the skies seemed to darken as he summed a strong and thick mist. It came rushing in. white and dangerous like smoke. In seconds he had blanketed the immediate area in a fog so great that it was impossible to see even a metre infront of oneself. It wasn't even like this was particularly magical - in the highlands of Scotland mist moved as sudden as this. It just was London wasn't used to such dangers.

With the visibility suddenly dropped, speeding cars became dangerous and Loki listened to the medley of crashing cars and screeching beaks. Panicked voices filled the air and the light of fire tinted the heavy mist with golden light.

The most amusing thing was this wasn't even Loki trying to attract attention - as far as he was concerned, he was still in the prison that he had been sentenced to. It had just been too long since his last game of mischief - how could he not take advantage of a little fun? Within the tell tale mischief, Loki took form, changing his appearance so none could link him to his actual self.

Appearing as a fairly tall ginger man, Loki slipped through the mist, looking for anything else he might be able to do. Maybe find a stray child and steal them even further away. Maybe even take out a few of those law enforcers. His knives may still be confiscated but he could fashion fairly decent and sharp blades with his magic.

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Re: Just a Bit of Fun // Winter

Post by Guest on Wed Jan 08, 2014 8:40 pm

Winter was casually crossing the street, never mind the fact that it wasn't her turn, that the beasts that humans appeared to have tamed screeched about her, narrowly missing her and blaring loud noises that sounded like a siren's scream. This world was strange, being the time traveller that she was, she belonged in another time. Back when cannibalism was just good surival insincts, when a protecter was veiwed as ignorant and dumb. Apparently, in this world, a protecter was called a hero, given a cape and slapped upside the back continusly in praise.

A strange world indeed.

A thick mist settled in, and Winter narrowed her eyes in thought as it seeped into every seam of the scenery. To thick to see through, and the crashes behind her sounded dangerously close. Metal scraping against metal tore at her hearing, and Winter merely thought dimisively at what an annoyance it was, instead of the lives lost. Truly, emotion was such a little weakness, and any and all weaknesses needed to be gone. In the world she used to live in, if someone saw your weakness before you did, they would not hesitate to pounce. There were no ethics in the world, just actions.

No one was hero, and everyone's tale was the same. They all wanted the same thing, the only difference, was what others would do to get it. Winter laughed openly at those who considered themselves honorable, or stood up for the weak, did that make her a villian? Cracking a slight smile, Winter rolled to the side as a vehicle came crashing into her vision. With screaming brakes, it drifted out of her veiw, and Winter on the ground stood, dusting herself off and swearing in a language that translated for no one, as no one had gone to her planet and survived. Hearing a loud scream that sounded as if tons were dragging against the ground with grasping claws, Winter slowly looked up with a sad sigh.

It was a giant truck, blaring it's horn and leading two heavy containers. The back of the small train slide, sliding as far ahead to the side as it could. The driver was unseen in the mist, and the sparks coming from the many wheels gave a fantasy feel to the whole situation. Nearly tipping, the containers leaned forwards in the sudden appliance of the brakes. Winter didn't hesitate, didn't move, just turned with a small smile towards the vehicle and roared.

Jumping, she lifted her legs to lightly land upon the hood of the vehicle. Running along the roof, she kept her footsteps quick, light and small, feeling the cold metal beneath the cloth of her boot. The driver turned the wheel every which way to try to keep out of the crash that loomed ahead. To no avail. With a well timed bound, Winter flipped in the air and landed on her feet in the middle of the road, having run over the small train completly. Smirking, Winter took a cocky bow to an imaginary audience.

She would, of course, be here all century long.

Her boots clattered as she stepped, the plate mail clinking against the other layers and rustling together as her foot hit the pavement. The very bottom was black thick cloth, and it lay over her foot as a shoe would. Over top, hanging around her ankles were to layers of unbendable plate mail, attached to a plate mail boot that climbed mid thigh, leaving a joint for her to bend her knee and such. The boots were stained red in splatters, and a black buckle ran behind her thigh and buckled in the side to hold them in place. Underneath was legging that were furry and dark red in color. Over top of her hips was a loose brown leather belt, attached in place by two buckles on the opposite sides of her hips. A once white and long skirt was now tattered and torn to shreads, blowing in the wind to show that they only fell to the top of her thighs, stained deep red. The center portion of the skirt was long and draped down to just above her knees, swaying in time with her movements. A pouch was attached beneath her stomach, lightly decorated and small in size.

Her stomach was bare, showing a few battle scars that hadn't been repaired and medicated fast enough to not scar. She wore a black bra across her chest, lined in white and colored nearly black in it's deep red. Over top was a dark golden necklace that was so thick and large in size that it seperated, wrapping itself around her neck, and climbing underneath her arms, melding to the top of the armor seamlessly. On her left shoulder was a panther's head in likeness, with it's mouth agape to show it's fearsome jaws. Her left arm was more clad with armor then the right, and layers of plate mail over lapped one another to give her full range of deep red motion. Beneath it all, she wore black gloves that made her fingers appear featureless and slender that climbed up into her upper arms. The right arm had no plate mail armor, save for a white designed plate upon the back of her wrist.

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Re: Just a Bit of Fun // Winter

Post by Loki on Sat Jan 11, 2014 12:08 pm


Disguised, Loki enjoyed the sound of the screeching cars and the groans of metal as it was pushed beyond its limit. It was music to his ears. A melody of Chaos and destruction that he had grown to love in the past few years. It was amusing to think that for centuries he had only played safer games. Ones that only got others killed for a reason (however petty). Now his tricks left mortals dead in droves simply because he was bored.

In all honesty, the destruction of New York and the many deaths then had more purpose than this little trick. He wondered what his brother would think about this. A smile crept upon his features, both his own and that of the illusioned form; his adopted brother would never know. It would just be another in a line of unexplained incidents. A low chuckle escaped his lips at this thought. There would be trouble for those who wished to try and keep the peace.

They were idiots. They believed Midgard to belong to the mortals and that they should keep it, look after it. What a marvellous job they did. Sarcasm intended. They slaughtered each other, devoured the beasts of the earth until they no longer would be seen and that was just one side of the story. Loki had found out about pollution and how it ailed their planet. The Midgardians would kill themselves unless he took control. They needed him. They should have kneeled.

Still, now was time to have some fun and his eyes sparked at the sight of a woman in strange gear. It was not something that he was familiar with although it seemed slightly like ineffective armour and he grinned. Time to have some fun. Mortals, as anyone worth his salt would tell you, were always suspicious of those who were different to them. That was why the Avengers could slaughter the Chitauri without a blink, without a thought that there was so much blood now on their hands. It was why the mortals had such a history of prejudices. And it was something that Loki knew he could use.

Well, use as soon as he lowered the fog.

The plan was simple. He would speak to the woman, playing at being innocent but believing that she was the cause; the fearful man asking for the dread stranger to remove the mist to stop any more deaths. If things worked as planned, he would remove the fog at the ideal moment and the authorities, the people, all would blame this woman. No one would think him behind it as he was ‘still in his cell, imprisoned due to trying to take over the world’. Plus it would be amusing to see how she would deal with the whole situation.

“Who are you?” He asked, raising a hand and pointing at the woman before she vanished into the fog. His ‘blue’ eyes locked on her and he made apparent fear echo across his face and body as he took a few accusative steps towards the woman. In all truth, she had Loki’s interest. He was curious about her strange dress and what on Midgard she was. He could sense that she was not Midgardian and possibly not even mortal.
"You've done this, haven't you? You caused all this Chaos, this death. You monster!" He accused, continuing to act out his part - enjoying this game.


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Post by Guest on Sat Jan 11, 2014 12:48 pm

Oh, he was a red headed man. A tall one with blue eyes and a gaze that didn't match his body. You could always tell more about a person through their eyes, where they held their gaze, and how long they glanced upon the world around them. If they merely scanned, then the world no longer interested them, which meant that they had aged farther then the face showed. Which happened more often then one would think. Ugh, his eyes were blue. She hated carrots with blue eyes. Other then that, however, he didn't pay the world much mind and she noticed a bit of near amusement.

It wouldn't have suprised her if he had been the one to make the fog.

"I am Winter." Winter smiled, her shark teeth poking out from the edge of her lips and showing quite clearly in the nearly found light. He must not have noticed, as he contintinued towards her with an accusing look. Little actor, she nearly would have fallen for it if she had known she wasn't the one to actually cause such chaos. Her eyes were white with black slits, and she gave the world such an uncaring glance that her eyes were far to old for her young face. Of course, she looked 23, but in reality, she was nearly 10,000

"Ooh, Indeed. I have done this act of evil. Can you not tell by my smile? Mwah haha." Winter turned her head to the sky, arms out with a typical disney villian evil laugh, comeplete with 'evil' arm gestures. "Death, chaos..." Winter put her hands on her hips with a smile, and a nod in agknowledgment "Sounds like fun." Monster.

That part hurt.

Hot coals burning and branding her soul, and her expression remained as emotionless and poker face as usual. No one would know that monster hurt. There was a time when her humanity made her strive to stay kind, stay as human as she could. But, she realised that it only made her weaker with time, and Winter tore off the binding ethics of humanity. Ethics didn't matter, in the end, nothing mattered.

I am a monster. A cruel one at that. Winter repeated over and over in her own mind, turning it nearly into a chant until the pain stopped coming. The words overlapped one another, and it only took her a few split seconds for her to finally accept that little fact.

She was a monster. And she liked it that way.

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Re: Just a Bit of Fun // Winter

Post by Loki on Tue Jan 14, 2014 9:44 am


With a more complicated game underway, Loki smiled. It wasn't just murder, destruction and Chaos. It was a test of skill, an added twist to his already planned out time, a plot to the actual chaos of real life. This was going to be fun and inside he grinned like the Cheshire Cat at this new toy; that was all he viewed others as: toys. Maybe he should get a more permanent toy. That would definitely annoy his brother and the Avengers. Maybe that mortal his brother loved. Or the one that Stark had. What was her name... Pepper Pots. Maybe he should steal both of them. Keep them. That was tempting.

But that would be the future and the present was now and he had this being to deal with. Eyes narrowed slightly. She was not a Midgardian and as his magic expanded around him and flickered around her, the trickster frowned. She was older than she let on, it seemed. Well, this was going to be fun and maybe more of a challenge. Or was he just being positive. A good challenge was something that he did enjoy.

She introduced herself with an uncommon name and he cocked his head to the side slightly fear into his eyes and his advance stopping. Maybe her name was not meant to be Winter but she was comparing the season. It was just the way she said it, the way that it rolled off her tongue that explained why he believed that it was her name. Still he needed to appear the part.
"You are cold... like the month. That's why you murdered all these people," He said with a stutter, stepping back, acting as if he was about to trip.
"You're going to kill me now!" He allowed fear to swim in his voice now.

His words of fear against her caught on - it seemed that she would play along with the whole thing and her dramatic way of phrasing it would work for him. Of course, the stage wasn't ready yet and Loki kept them veiled for now.
"Why did you do this? It's unprovoked!" His voice seemed to break in distress and fear. But he noticed how she had paused when he had said monster, she hadn't repeated it back like the other words and there was thought on her face. Interesting. Her face remained passive but Loki knew better. He was a 'monster' as well. He filed this away for later use. Having ammunition was always useful.

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Post by Guest on Tue Jan 14, 2014 7:55 pm

The boy was a good actor, but, it was just a bit to easy to believe. He as slipping into the role of a typical, frightened human.. But, humans always tried to hide their fear in one way or another, especially when they felt themselves justified and thought that a mob would follow them blindly. This one, however, not only seemed quite open with his fear but also seemed to display it quite loudly and dramatically. A common sign of putting on a performace.

She had to hand it to him. He was quite good.

"Actually, no. I do not intend to murder you. Your womanly screams are giving me a headache." Rubbing her head with a hand, she felt a cutting headache start to appear. It was the same way with children cries, they gave her such a headache with their bickering and immature cries for attention. Winter was perfectly fine to play along, laughing slightly at his antics even. She was mocking him. Plain and simple, and it seemed that he was just going along with it. Both of them new what really happened.

"I did this, because I am unkind, cruel and quite honestly, human life means nothing to me. Anymore questions?" Winter smirked, mocking him in her tone and finding amusement in his played fear. It was so nearly believable, that Winter found herself grinning her shark like teeth poked beneath her lips.

"Will you run away now?"
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Post by Loki on Fri Jan 17, 2014 11:24 am


Acting, lying, causing mischief was something that he was good at and a thing that he would not change. It was too much fun for him and he preferred it this way. His enjoyment of it was why he was practiced enough to fool anyone, along with the instincts that came with it. The trickster was certainly enjoying this. He needed to provoke this woman into attacking him or into making herself seem more like the villain that had caused this. A few well placed words and he planed to have her under his control like a puppet. It was nearly enough to make him smirk but his skill was too great to break the facade and instead horror seemed to stay on his face.

Well, the insult was annoying but he was going to let it bounce off him especially as she had given him something to work with. If he was giving her a headache, then that could be used to his advantage; after all, furthering it could anger her. However, he wasn't one to put on a scream so he wasn't going to give yelling a go just yet.
"Please don't harm me, please don't kill me. I... I'm not ready..." He pretended to whine.

Still, things were not ready yet and he had to lay the stage. Head turned slightly as he once again judged the situation, judging things from her new words. No anger yet. Interesting.
"The Avengers will get you! They will hunt you down in retribution for the lives who you have taken." He said, making it appear that he was clinging onto this false hope in desperation. So what if he slightly over did his work, it was fun. He took a few steps back as she asked if he would run away, it was important to make it look like he was considering that options.

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Post by Guest on Tue Jan 21, 2014 7:49 am

Oh, her head was splitting, and needless to say, it was not putting her in a good, patient mood. At first she was wondering if her head had nicked the edge of the mechanical beast as it passed, and as she flipped. But, of course, that was a silly notion. Winter hadn't failed on her acrobatics, she had the best balance and never failed on acrobatics at all.

Hence, it must be the whiney child, man, thing.

"No one is ready when they die. 'Tis why the word is such a short one!" Winter laughed, her shark teeth showing quite plainly. They were pointed, sharp and completly white. They appeared as little triangles where teeth would usually be.

"The Avengers? What a hilarous name. Might as well wander around with 'Teletubbies, X-treme' printed across their chest. I shall assume they are the 'good guys'." Winter sighed, her tone going from projecting to him, to nearly speaking to herself. "I die for a few hundred years, and suddenly everything has gone mad." Winter paused and looked over at the man, he seemed close at a heart attack.

"Take a breath. Take five. I am not killing you, unless you speak in that whimpery whine once more. Ok? Good we understand each other. Now, turn 'ahtaa boy.. And run." Winter wished the game they were playing was over already, and she could really meet the one behind this little plan.

She wanted to know how he'd done it, made that fog appear, and above all, she wanted to know more about these 'Avengers'. His whiney tone, and bickering mouth had her resenting nearly everything he said. Perhaps she'd have to ask another person who knew. Of course, making it sound like she wasn't the curious woman, that she was.

If there was another force out there to stop her, that was a danger. She needed to know.

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Post by Loki on Thu Jan 30, 2014 7:54 am

Amusement lurked in his gut like freshly cooked food that had been consumed when at it's prime and sat, warm inside the belly, keeping the feaster sated. It was amusement that fulled the being, cloaked in his disguise as he was. There was no way he was going to give up on this little game. Enjoyment was his to command, as where the people around him, the beings that clung to the surface of Midgard.

"Please, please, don't kill me. It won't do anything," He said, desperately playing on the human way. He had seen them beg for their lives, heard their pinning and whining. The only time it was worth anything, in his opinion, was when it invoked the gods. The gods were always a higher power than the mortals and it was nice to be remembered. They were so often forgotten.

Her words about the Avengers amused him and put her in a slightly higher opinion. Which was a fraction above nothing. Then her word about dying for one hundred years perked his interest. Not many had done that before. Maybe he should get her to talk.
"Y... You... You died be... before? An... And are b-b-back?" He pretended to stutter, making his appearance one of shock and confusion.
"B... But how?" He asked, making it appear that he was just trying to talk to buy time. To keep up the guise, he got his eyes to flicker around in the mist covered city as if searching for a way out.

While he was doing this, Loki began to remove the mist from around them.Very, very slowly.
"Ok, OK, I will leave... just please don't kill me, please," He whined, managing to get out a false tear as he backed away. He pretended to stumble and let out a pretend shriek of shock and fear and scattered backwards on his back, not letting her out of his sight.

Oh this was fun to play at, even if he had to play the fool. Eyes remained stuck on the woman, though. Waiting for what she would do in response to his actions. This was his game and his entertainment.

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Post by Guest on Sat Feb 01, 2014 1:34 pm

Winter's eye twitched.

"What the-? I am being kind! Look at me! Polite, refined! And still you play the panicked man. Bah. I give up. Sophistication is over rated." Winter remarked, clearly quite bored with the man who managed to fall onto his back. Stepping over him, she simply started to walk away.

Oh what a waste of a conversation that was. She had taken such an interest in him, in the information he held upon his fingertips. But, it seemed he was to inclined to play the frightened human, starved for attention and she could not help but wonder why the role was so very appealing. To a human, they simply slipped into the role. But that man hadn't a reason in the world to fear her. Immediatly after the mist appeared, he'd accused her. He had no evidence, not any proof and absolutly no reason to think it was her doing.

Thus, it had to have been him! She quite wanted to know how he'd managed it, she'd never seen anything of the sort. Though, of course, she'd heard the tales of 'magic' before. Only a fool hadn't heard of them, but surely. That was merely fiction? The mindless babble of a frenzied mind? Oh, if the universe had more secrets. She wanted to know them, the curiousity drove her mad.

Well, more mad.

And those Avengers. She'd have to look into them.

Winter was tired of talking to a man who was just going to squeal like a fat pig. Perhaps he was worthless after all. Winter kept walking until her feet cleared the mist, and the sky was bright upon her gaze. Baring her futurekind teeth, she shot the sun a glare.

Damn thing was to bright.

Back on Malcassairo, she'd never had that problem.

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Post by Loki on Sat Feb 08, 2014 9:38 am

Playing human was so amusing, pretending that he was as cowardly and as weak as them, using it in a form of mockery that wouldn't be seen by those watching but would give him much to laugh about. Gone were the strong people of his time, the great chieftains and brave warriors. Well, times changed and it seemed that for humanity, it had been for the worse. Not that the trickster minded in any way - it made them more manipulable and that was fun.

The woman left and his lip curled. So he didn't get to play his game as he had hoped. The mist became cold with a chill in it as the strange female left to follow her, cloaking himself so he would be no more than a reflection in the puddle. Leaving the mist, he changed forms and appeared as a woman with long black hair and sparkling green eyes. Taking form and revealing himself, he hurried forward to intercept her, a wicked grin on her face.

"You don't exactly fit in with the others around here," He said, his voice sounding like a woman as he looked at her critically.
"And you've just come from that strange mist, so I'm guessing you can tell me what's going on there. And whether you know who started it," He said, keeping his voice business like. He had so many forms he could take and so many games he could play. This woman was not going to get out of this lightly. Oh, he was enjoying this game.

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Post by Guest on Sun Feb 16, 2014 4:33 pm

A black haired woman rushed to meet her and words tumbled out of her mouth. Blabbering, tossed aside carelessly. Did she not know how hard it was to translate, when such people insisted upon speaking in such a manner? From the way humans addressed on another, it was supposed to command respect, be authoritive, demand answers. To Winter it merely started to piss her off.

And when she was angry..

She got funny.

"Tell you what, big breasts. If I did fit in here, I would topple over forwards." Winter passed the woman a judging eye, glancing from her feet to her face. Really, she had some nice curves, but nothing to fully brag about. Winter herself had what humans so constantly told her 'an attractive body'. Really, it was just how one looked. Why fuss about such things? Winter was far from flat chested, but the truth of the situation was that most of the humans she passed by on the street were far to large to be practical.

"Ooh, 'strange mist'" Winter frowned mockingly, nodding her head with a shrug.
"Sounds spooky, does it not? I would suggest you go generally," Winter pointed towards the direction of the mist "That a way, and ask around."

"Careful though, small ass. There are a lot of cars crashing, so.. Wave your arms back and forth when you walk in!" Winter laughed.
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Post by Loki on Wed Feb 19, 2014 12:27 pm

Eyebrows moved together as the woman spoke, her words clearly meant to be insulting. Well, this was only an illusion that he held and he didn't mind.
"Big breasts? Feeling a lack of confidence when it comes to your own?" He said with a smirk. Clearly this woman was loosing her patience and it was amusing to see. Such a good game to play around with. How quickly patience could run thin.

She continued to speak and his eyes narrowed, or rather her eyes narrowed. This woman wasn't being very helpful but he was going to get the answers that he desired, one way or another. He had many forms that he could master, many difference images that he could appear as. This woman, this creature was not going to get off easily. He gave a melodramatic sigh in response, smirking within. This was just getting underway.

"You seem to be keen to get me away," He said, not following the instructions that she had given him. Who would, after all?
"And you just love your insults. So I'm not inclined to follow your words," He said, his voice practically purring as he spoke. Green eyes were locked on her, taking in the situation with caution and interest.
"I think you know more than you're letting on."

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Post by Guest on Sun Feb 23, 2014 7:41 pm

Winter yawned wide, this woman was boring her to much, and the idea of ripping out her pretty little throat was becoming far more tempting with each passing word she spoke. But, as time wore on in her life time, she'd gained a very. Very good trick. A shiny trick, a very irreplacable trick.

A way to tell when someone was older then they were letting on. There was always something in the eyes. Humans, were always wide with innocence. It was funny, cute, almost that they always insisted that their lives were so very terrible, but really, how terrible could one's life become in the eighty years it was lived? It was nothing to amount what could happen in a few thousand years. Humans were like little teenagers, whining and complaining about the loss of something small.

Cute. But annoying.

Now, the trick was, to be able to tell when someone had seen a bit more then their facial features would let on. The woman standing in front of her was between twenty five and thirty years of age. She should be having a hint of doubt in her gaze, or perhaps the look of a sulky child.

Oh, but this person was skilled at hiding her expression. Winter tilted her head, to busy to think of a quick remark for that breasts comment. A sharp retort was always on her tongue, and she didn't have to think of one before hand. Actually, now that she was thinking about it. This woman was just as skilled as the man that had accused her of causing the mist that crashed all of those cars. Winter, frankly, was far more interested in how the mist was created then the lives that would be lost in the crashes.

It wasn't quite like she'd left a poker face on for to long, it was just that it didn't quite match up to the age of the face. She could easily tell that the woman waas trying, and she supposed that the woman would have gotten away with it on anyone else.

Shame Winter was nearly ten thousand, really. A shame.

"You. Are not who you say you are. You speak formally, and your eyes do not match your face." Winter mused aloud, watching the woman. Her own face was completely expressionless and her eyes were far to old for her features. Like she'd seen tragidiy, victory, and time. Lots. And lots of time.

"As for your previous comments, a woman who is not confident in such things, would not be a woman at all! I do so love insults, indeed. And I am keen on getting you to leave me alone, because I am very, very, very sick of being lied to. That feeling someone gets, the one that comes with age. That someone is lying to you. Gets. On. My. Damn. Nerves." Winter snapped, teeth bared as she spoke to show the triangle teeth that poked from beneath her lips when she spoke. Instead of having those blunt teeth that humans and humanoids had, she had shark teeth, a single row of triangle shaped teeth for tearing flesh.

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Re: Just a Bit of Fun // Winter

Post by Loki on Thu Feb 27, 2014 2:50 am

Tricks were his nature. He was the original trickster, the protype. Whenever people played tricks, it was in his name. Whenever they lied, they where following his cause. At least, this was how he liked to view the situation in his mind. Whether this was the actual case was an entirely different reason. But as it stood, he did not expect anyone to be able to see through his guises.

He did not fail to notice that she hadn't come back with any sharp words after he had returned her insult as if he had placed a shield before him. Well, it seemed that his silver tongue was working as well as it had always been. So now was the chance for him to get information out of this enigma, whether she wanted to or not.

She was thinking and deep within, Loki frowned. Too late he saw what he should have picked up earlier. This was not some mere creature from another realm. This creature had age. He had been too intent on the game, like a cat playing with a mouse, unaware that the home of the small creature was close. He would have to up his game. Or he could reveal some of the part he had to play in it and see what he could get in return for that. Well, he would see how it would play out.

The creature spoke, proving that she had seen through Loki's cunning disguise and he straightened up, his entire posture changing. Suddenly, his female form appeared stronger, powerful. His clothing changed to green chain mail with a green and gold skirt, topped off by a large cloak made from bear furs. It was all an illusion and his new aim was to see how much this woman could guess.
"I guess that means you aren't much of a woman, then," He said, his voice still seeming feminine, matching the form. Holding back any expression as she smiled, interested eyes took in her teeth. More of a savage in form than she had thought. Although her mind seemed sharp enough.

Hiding him own form in illusions, he sent the female form he had created to circle the creature.
"So, you figured me out," The illusion grinned, seemingly running a critical eye over this being.
"I'm an undercover agent from another world, send here to judge this world. And you don't fit in." It was practically all a lie  but there was some truth. He was from another world, he was undercover and he was making judgement on Midgard. Just the way he phrased it should not lead anyone to realise that he had caused this and most importantly, this stranger, whatever she was, shouldn't be able to tie in this form with Loki.

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Re: Just a Bit of Fun // Winter

Post by Guest on Thu Feb 27, 2014 7:05 pm

Winter arched an eyebrow.

And burst into laughter.

Throwing her head back, Winter's short white hair fell around itself messily, and she laughed. Oh, she laughed hard.

"You lie." Winter's laughter stopped as soon as it had started, and she looked at the woman in front of her very seriously. Oh, the woman was such a liar! But, her lies were more telling then the woman seemed to think. The armor would not have been imagined by someone who had never worn such before, they were to well made, and evenly stitched and formally worn. The woman seemed comfortable in them, which meant they were worn fairly often.

If the woman was indeed from another world, being an undercover agent, she wouldn't have announced so. And even if she did, she would have flashed Winter a badge of one way or another. Or ranted about rank, power, or their boss or how important their work was.

What was interesting, was that whatever world that woman came from, furs were worn, despite obvious advances in the technology field. Winter hadn't noticed any gadgets or inventions on the woman's belts, and no pockets were bulged with contents.

The woman didn't have an invention on her. Wasn't using science to change her appearance.

She didn't need it.

...

Well ok then. Winter thought, inwardly shrugging.

So, if this woman was the kind to wear furs, and was capable of what seemed almost to be magick, in one way or another, she was likely to have a weapon! But, no. No sword was tied to her belt, and Winter took notice towards the details of the armor.

It looked like the same as ancient Norse armor.

Now, there was an idea. If a woman walked the earth, changing forms, dressed in armours.

She was going to make an impact!

Maybe, even praise them as gods

Behind Winter's eyes she started to sort through all of the ancient norse gods. In total, there were fifty eight, including the very minor characters of their folk lore. Immediatly, she started sorting through these characters to try to find which ones would take amusement in walking the earth, and causing mischeif.

Mischief.

Oh that was just her luck.

Then again.. It could be for revenge on someone else...

Besides, the god of mischief was not a woman.

Winter watched the woman walk around her, and immediatly knew that the woman's swagger was not natural. Hesitation in the ankles and a bit to much hip movement for an average female. Like someone was over compensating slightly.

Oh so damn slightly.

Winter watched, and noticed that the swagger was how a man would probably imagine a woman to walk. Something a bit to feminine. Over compensation.

Oh, it was man.

DAMN IT

"I am far more a woman then you, Oh, and fitting in? Over rated." Winter walked around The Man, taking in the small details of the armor and noticing small little details that validated her previous thinking. Winter's thoughts had merely run in the background, in split seconds. To anyone else, it would simply look like she had snapped a response as quick as the wind.

"All the best people are insane." Winter chuckled deeply, shrugging as though she couldn't care less.

-Right, so Winter is extremly old, and I tried to show all of her thinking here, and even gave her some doubts that her muse didn't have. If you do not think that it's fair that a ten thousand year old woman deducted this, I can change the post to your liking instead.
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Re: Just a Bit of Fun // Winter

Post by Loki on Fri Mar 21, 2014 11:15 am


Green eyes watched, both his own hidden ones and that of the illusion that he had cast. The woman was laughing. Laughing. Laughter. Something he was no stranger to. Too often the trickster had been laughed at. It darkened his face to have this situation exist and although the laughter wasn't exactly aimed at him but still, it brought memories of the past back. At least he could keep the truth hidden behind his illusions and the expression changed no more than a flicker of change. The woman stopped her laughter and the illusion Loki had cast closed in on the stranger, eyes narrowing at the accusation that had been spoken.

She was studying him, he could tell and they stood, regarding each other. Studying. Neither were outspoken and hid much, the trickster suspected. Neither of earth, neither young. It was a difficult to judge. He could not find any species of the nine realms that would suit her appearance and words. But he knew things existed outside of the world tree. Monsters that loved to lurk in the blackness of space. The other, Thanos, the Chitauri. Now, she was certainly not one of their creed. Something much fairer than those creatures. Some place he had not been.

Ears caught the jibe about his gender and Loki instead made the illusion roll her eyes. The trickster had been careful to try and make this illusion true to a female warrior. The illusion grinned and rolled her shoulders.
"Ah, but you fit in as much as a dwarf does in abyss that holds the Chitauri. It is more than simple difference due to a choice of clothing or hair style." He said, choosing to mix people of his heritage and the single place he knew outside of the branches of Yggdrasil.
"So it is neither good nor bad. But telling," After all, the illusion that he had didn't exactly fit in. There was a reason he had revealed this form.


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Re: Just a Bit of Fun // Winter

Post by Guest on Fri Apr 18, 2014 2:22 pm

"Do I now? I shall have to take your word for it, as I have absolutely no idea what you speak of, and in fact, am fairly certain you are slightly insane" Winter gave the woman, man, mutant, thing a judging look, head to toe, looking for any errors in the form that could show Winter more clues about the person who stood before her. Oh, usually she couldn't be bothered with such things. Couldn't be bothered to turn her head to meet those that walk before her, much less those who so obviously kept their secrets guarded. But, Winter had spent so much time travelling the universe, so much so that she'd lost interest. Growing depressed, and bored with it's 'wonders'. And then saunters in a man, woman, mutant, THING that could change it's own form at a mere thought and didn't age! It sparked her long dead interest in the world, and her interests were not peaked, per say. As, if he, she, it turned and walked away Winter would merely be on her own way as well. No, her interest wasn't peaked, she was just mildly curious. A mere passing interest!

"Ha! My 'choice of clothing'? Hmm? Frankly, so long as I do not needlessly hop up and down, I doubt it affects you directly. As for my hair style, it gets in my way in any other styling." Winter shrugged, eyes trained on this person in study. Oh, there was something off about this person, thing, mutant. Something she hadn't noticed before, some insignificant little detail that had missed her eye, but not all of her acute senses.

"Are you so hypocritical you do not see that you stand out amung the prey just as much as I?" Winter mused, chuckling slightly, showing her alien teeth pricking between lips as she spoke.
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Re: Just a Bit of Fun // Winter

Post by Loki on Fri Apr 25, 2014 7:54 am


A dark laugh escaped from his lips at her words and the fact that he was called insane. He got called that often enough and he considered revealing his true self. That would be fun. Especially as he rarely got to show off who he was. Besides, this woman seemed to have no idea that he was an Asgardian. And the appearance of the illusion wasn't exactly hiding it.

Besides. What as life without a little risk.

Pulling the mist around them, thick and opaque. There was a clear circle around them where the sun shone, unabated. The illusion of a woman that he had pacing before her disappeared and he moved around before her.
"Insanity is never as bad as they make it out to be," He commented as his green eyes looked at her.

Watching her in his natural form, with no more disguises, he stood, watching the strange worman. What else was there about her? He was interested. But he wouldn't allow it to show. Whatever he felt was to be hidden and unknown by any stranger. That was his way.

"Some of us have a flair for dramatics. What's your excuse?" He asked as he paced, tails billowing out behind him. Looking up, a smirk was on his face, dark and dangerous with a hint of teeth. This amused him.
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Re: Just a Bit of Fun // Winter

Post by Guest on Fri Apr 25, 2014 4:30 pm

Winter glanced to the side, noticing the a thick fog roll in. It was so heavy that is seemed almost a solid form, rolling around the both of them in a fasion that would have overtaken the both of them completely. That is, if it didn't stop in a perfect circle around them, creeping in such a pace that it crashed against an invisible wall. Basically confessing to such things, the man, woman, thing paced in front of her, annoyingly going around and around, Winter was quite sorely tempted to trip him, she, it.

When it's form changed, shimmered and melted into a different appearance completely. The first time, she'd missed it. The woman form had been behind her when she had changed into the furs and armors, after all. Now, Winter hid her emotions well. She was to old to be shocked by such things, to old to care about such things, to old to be fairly curious about a random, fog summoning, transvestite stranger! And so she wasn't, she forced her emotions to obey her command, and under a steel fist, kept them all beneath a heavy cloak.

The man that whoever it was morphed into, Winter quite decided that though the person was in fact, a man in truth, she hadn't quite decided to this point if he was in fact a name she new. Winter knew for certain that whoever it was had advanced technology, science, and assumably, medicine. And, as such, wore Norse styled armor, which showed of course, that the Norse had based it off of a society, or specific person that appeared and displayed 'god' like powers. Mistaking them for 'gods'

So, by that logic, one of the Norse male names should be the person's name. As, the person was no doubt a male, as he really brought disgrace to feminine swaggers. She supposed that she could ask for a name, but oh, it had challenged her! The very idea had challenged her to solve the little riddle!

He continued to pace around her, coming to a stop behind her. Winter rolled her eyes briefly, and turned around with a smirky sort of grin.

"A better one." Winter answered, being her own cryptic self. Winter held her secrets to her heart tightly, it wasn't that she found them to be such treasures it was more that she doubted the other person would care to learn such things. And even if they did, they would only had them off to one another, losing interest in Winter's tales, and leaving her to become forgotten.

Besides, it wasn't any of their buisness anyway.

Winter supposed she was a broken woman, childish in nature, heartless in love, and painful in memory. In the past, she had been persuaded to trust another, to fall in love and confide her very secrets, to show herself to another, instead of throwing on facade after facade like a vain woman threw on clothings.

Eventually, her facades became who she was. Changing her facade to entertain herself, changing it per day, and doing what she pleased, or what she didn't, if that was so the case. Things changed about her, but certain traits remained the same about her. Cracks in her armor. Showing her real self on accident,

So she learned. And she put up more facades, more diguises, became something she never thought she would be. But, that was nothing that Winter worried herself to badly with,

She survived.

Let time do what it would. Humming lightly 'ring around the rosie' Winter held out a well timed foot, aiming to trip the man who paced around her so.

"In some cultures, that counts as dancing." Winter chuckled.

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Please don't worry about matching my post, Winter got excited that Loki's being relatively friendly.
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Re: Just a Bit of Fun // Winter

Post by Loki on Wed Jun 04, 2014 8:21 am


The answer she gave for her appearance was less than satisfactory and the black eyebrows became raised at her words although his green eyes hid any true emotions that might play out. They were cold as he let out a laugh. Any lesser person would be unnerved. The laugh seemed to be genuinely amused but those eyes were so cold and devoid of emotions.

The chuckles faded away in a mere few seconds. Then there was a heartbeat of silence.
"If it were a better reason you could say it. You silence is more telling than you think," He said, a way to get at the woman. Words were more powerful than threats, although magic often proved to be a fun way to show off and present his own power. Hence, one of the reasons that they were surrounded by an impenetrable, thick, white fog.

The woman's action to trip him would have been successful if it was anyone but him. He was a prince, skilled in the language of dance and etiquette so he could cope with any slights to try and spoil views on him. He stepped around the foot, gracefully and stood before the woman in all his splendor.

"You old romantic," He said with a chuckle, amusement in his voice.
"Your attention will get you nowhere," He smiled, although he wasn't pacing any longer and the smile was anything but pleasant. They were both playing a game. He felt sure that she knew it.  
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Re: Just a Bit of Fun // Winter

Post by Guest on Wed Jun 04, 2014 6:12 pm

It couldn't be a natural give away that his eyes did not match the rest of himself. He was laughing, amused and seeming to match his expression, good natured and charismatic, it seemed a contagious kind of laugh. The eyes, however, were far from such things of enjoyment and hilarity, they were quite cold, devoid of emotion.

Winter wondered if she looked like that at times. She laughed, chuckled, and took amusement from such things, but, she was told that her eyes never truly matched her expression. Despite, of course, how often she spent with her face in a mirror to prevent such windows into a portion of her own mind that Winter no longer to interest in. She was aware, that a very small portion, perhaps, the original Winter, still felt deep sorrow for losses that long since slipped her usual mind. The original one, it seemed, could only voice opinions, griefs, anger, love, and other such passionate emotions through the very corner of her eye.

While Winter, herself noticed it, when she gazed into a mirror's surface. She truly doubted the ability or interest of others to that degree as to locate and properly read such a little glimmer in her gaze. But, in all actuality, she supposed nothing terrible would occur if the other could, in fact, see and read such. For it reflected on emotions that felt foriegn to her at the times she was supposedly feeling them.

"What fun is that? In all actuality, of course, I doubt anyone cares the slightest for such a trivial matter." Winter so disliked to answer questions truthfully, directly, or anything of the sort! In fact, she played with others. Games, riddles, twisting conversations that wound like a maze, all of such things were glorious to her interests, fun to her eyes!

Snapping her fingers good naturedly, Winter laughed lightly at him dodging her well timed foot for tripping him. He was a bit more agile then he looked. Certainly, he did not look to stunned at the idea, or new to the movements, hence, he wasn't a very likable person to others. Laughing, Winter took a mocking bow to the new title of 'old romantic'

Yes, she supposed she quite enjoyed that sort of thing.

"A bit of flirting never hurt anyone. When it goes past that? Well, then there is always trouble!" Winter herself, always enjoyed a good flirt when others were of a handsome nature. Anything serious, however, quite threw Winter the other way, for, of course, she feared commitments.

She really honestly doubted that that would occur with this man, of course!

Doubted with with a certainty, in fact!
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Re: Just a Bit of Fun // Winter

Post by Loki on Fri Jul 11, 2014 11:16 pm

Games. It was fun to pay games. And Loki loved watching others squirm and try to keep up. But this woman was somehow staying calm. She was not unnerved by his laugh, she was not running for cover. She was unmoved. It as interesting. How did she do this? Why was she able to cope with someone like him while appearing unaffected? It interested the raven haired god and his green eyes were fixed on her with a cold stare.

Still, it seemed like these two shared something in common. Neither of them answered things too truthfully or directly it seemed. She held back and Loki wondered if she felt the same Chaos in her blood as he did. How much of a driving force was the nature of one's blood?
"Do we ever care for an answer or do we simply wish to keep the conversation going? Either way, whatever is given as an answer provides information, whether it as meant to or not."

There was nothing that made Loki be simple or logical. He reveled in the chaos and mischief. Doing what he wanted, killing who he wanted.

As the woman bowed to his word about being an old romantic, a wolf like smile came upon his lips and this time it touched his eyes but was deadly and like a hunter. But what did he hunt? Did he hunt for amusement or did he still want death and chaos? A bow did leave someone open for attack. But he made no move against her.

"Trouble, hm? Now I find trouble rather good Why else do you think that I am here, in the midst of all of this trouble?" He asked with a grin, moving forwards towards her in a straight line, graceful as he took his strides.
"So, do you want to dance and cause some more trouble?"
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Re: Just a Bit of Fun // Winter

Post by Guest on Mon Aug 04, 2014 5:48 am

Winter mocked an exaggerated yawn "Perhaps, though, I find that often times others DESIRE to have their story be told." Winter laughed, rolling her eyes "How silly it is to imagine that not only will a stranger be interested, but that such strangers would know the right words to say to take, such secrets. But, ah, humans always had quite the little ego." Winter grinned, she of course, was nothing like these talkative humans. Her secrets were her own, she had claimed them through thousands of years of travel, and well, doing her thing. Her secrets were HERS, no one had the right to take such things, to imagine them to be trivial tales, something to add to THEIR minds, or speak casually about.

No, her secrets were claimed. They were to be KEPT, no one had any right to them but her. Only her tongue would keep them hidden, only her mind would know their tales. Truly, besides the fact, no one was interested. Naturally, she had far to many secrets to even know where to START if she even wanted to tell such tales, so, such things became a trivial matter behind her mind.

"Oh?" Winter gave a cocky grin, striding towards the man "I only dance with the best, trouble maker." Winter taunted, her pointed teeth were shown in a smirking sort of grin.

"But then again, is anyone so arrogant as to claim such, I wonder?"

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Re: Just a Bit of Fun // Winter

Post by Loki on Tue Aug 05, 2014 8:17 pm

The trickster listened to her words. There was a ring of truth to it. Every one did want to make themselves known, for what was left afterwards but gloom in Hela's own kingdom? Or Valhalla if you were a brave warrior but fighting all day and feasting all night was not Loki's idea of fun (Although the last one was something that he could enjoy, if he had to admit it).

But she was wrong as well. A stranger would be interested in the tales of others. The tales of others allowed weakness to be shown and knowledge to be accumulated. It was that which Loki wanted. Her life and her weakness. She was an enigma and he would not allow the world to hold something that he had little or no knowledge of. He would always be one step ahead of the game and this woman was in his way.

"Mortals all like to think that their name will be remembered, even when they have fallen into their graves. But I look for answers. Answers and knowledge. And those will come with a conversation. That or a game," He said, eyes sparkling with mischief. The god enjoyed toying and while this woman presented a block for he did not know what she was (or why she dressed the way she did), he could play with her like a cat with a mouse.

The two moved towards each other and to Loki it was a dance. A dance need not be confined to the halls where music was played. A dance could be with words, with action. This was a dance of both of those. They made their moves and their words danced too. This was much more entertaining than a the sort that others were content with.

"I make no claims to being the best. I merely am. My blood is chaos and my ways are said to be evil. It is not me who claims but my birth and those around me. But what claims have you, I wonder? Are you afraid that you won't be able to," The god smiled and suddenly drew the mist back around them, thick and heavy, at the same time, as soon as he was covered, he went to move behind Winter smoothly and quickly. He had waited until they were as close as possible before doing this. Timing was always paramount.
"Keep up?"
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