DnD Stuffs: Tale of Lokianna -part four-A year and a half had passed since she had left her homeland. A year and a half since what she had thought was love was ripped from her. A year and a half of growth had come and gone. Now she was returned home.DnD Stuffs: Tale of Lokianna -part four-
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Little Anna the princess who needed to be watched, to be cared for, had died the night her child had. She was Loki now, and she was a woman who needed no man to define who she was. She had spent the year in her grandfather’s care learning and honing the craft of magic, a skill she knew was a unique trait to her. Yet, she was ever in constant need to learn more; she had to be stronger, greater, so no one could ever use her again.
Thus explained why, since her return to Asgard, she spent many an hour within the deep recesses of the library; though it paled in comparison to Vanaheim’s, it was all she had. Sometimes, a warm days, she would take a tomb or two out into the courtyard to sit with it.
It was rare that Amora would join her; she had made it quite clear she did
DnD Stuffs: Tale of Lokianna -prologue-There was screaming; terrible, terrible sounds and just fire all around. They ran as fast as their little feet would let them, trying to navigate through the throngs of people and…other things. They had been separated from their parents when an explosion had rocked the courtyard where they had been standing; the rift the explosion had caused tore the visiting royal family apart as chaos reigned down upon them all. Now it was all they could do to avoid being trampled by the fleeing people, and the advancing demonic hoards.DnD Stuffs: Tale of Lokianna -prologue-
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She tripped, caught up in her skirts or caught by some detangled body. He jerked back as she fell, loosing his grip on his little sister as well. He stopped and looked back, desperately searching for her.
“Anna!! Anna!!” his calls were swallowed by the terror swarming around them though.
She struggled to get back up, calling out for him as well, “Thor!! Thor!!”
The chaos parted for just a moment, and in that second of clarity, the siblin