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"After slaying the giant Laufey, Odin found a small Asgardian-sized child hidden within the primary stronghold of the Frost Giants. The child was Loki, and Laufey kept him hidden from his people due to his shame over his son's small size. Odin took the boy, out of a combination of pity and because he was the son of a worthy adversary slain in honorable combat, and raised him as his son alongside his biological son Thor. It should be noted that in Norse mythology, Thor and Loki are frequent traveling companions. Loki finds himself in numerous situations where his mischievous deeds find him at odds with the Aesir. He is responsible for many of the gods' magic items as payment for the wrongs he has committed. Loki is also blood brothers with Odin, and bound away for his major role in the murder of Baldur.

Throughout their childhood and into adolescence, Loki was resentful of the differences in which he and Thor were treated by the citizens of Asgard. The Asgardians valued great strength, tenacity, and bravery in battle above all things and Loki was clearly inferior to his foster brother Thor in these areas. However, Loki's gifts lay in other areas, most notably sorcery. He possessed a natural affinity to command great magical forces and hoped to somehow use these powers to become the most powerful god in all of Asgard and to destroy Thor. As Loki grew to adulthood, his natural talent for causing mischief would manifest itself and earned him a nickname as the God of Lies and Mischief. However, instead of playing harmless pranks, he grew steadily more malicious in his deeds, and his lust for both power and revenge was apparent to all those around him. In time, his nickname grew from being a playful and mischievous trickster god to the "God of Evil". Over the centuries, Loki attempted on many occasions to seize rulership of Asgard and to destroy Thor. Odin, who had long tolerated Loki's attempts, magically imprisoned him within a tree. Loki eventually freed himself from his prison, and his thirst for power and vengeance became even more consuming than it had been. Loki compiled an extensive criminal record in Asgard, and was frequently exiled.

Loki's schemes eventually came to include Earth itself and these schemes often drew some of Earth's superhuman heroes to defend Earth and, often, Asgard itself. He first battled Thor on Earth in modern times. Loki was then able to manipulate the Hulk into wreaking havoc, which inadvertently led to the formation of the Avengers.

Thor was one of the founding members of this superhuman team, and Loki often found his goals frustrated by them, even when they appeared close to success. Among Loki's better known henchmen was the human criminal Carl "The Crusher" Creel, whom Loki transformed by sorcery into the superhuman criminal known as the Absorbing Man and sent him against Thor. Creel himself would proved to be a formidable adversary to Thor over the years. Loki even went so far as to attempt to turn Odin against Thor and to steal Thor's enchanted hammer, Mjolnir, but all his efforts failed.

Loki's destiny to be the cause of Ragnarok was later recounted. Loki returned from his exile in space by Odin, and was stripped of his powers and exiled to Earth by Odin. Loki plotted to gain new powers from Karnilla, although this accidentally resulted in the Wrecker gaining Asgardian powers. Loki then fomented a battle between Thor and the Destroyer animated by Sif. Loki then took command of Asgard during the Odinsleep, and fled when Asgard was invaded by Mangog.

Loki later usurped the throne of Asgard, but fled again when Asgard was invaded by Surtur. Much later, Loki usurped the throne of Asgard again, and set the Destroyer against Thor once more. Shortly after that, Loki caused the temporary death of Balder. At this time, Loki's estranged Sigyn returned to Asgard. Loki attempted to bring about Rangnarok, but was foiled by Odin.[9] Alongside Tyr and his forces, Loki invaded Asgard, but then changed sides and aided Odin's forces in defeating Tyr.

However, despite Loki's loathing for half-brother and father, Loki helped to defend Asgard from destruction from Surtur and his fire demons. This was because Surtur's goal was to destroy Asgard, whereas Loki sought only to rule it. Alongside Odin and Thor, Loki battled Surtur, and witnessed the seeming demise of Odin. Not long after that, Loki transformed Thor into a frog for a time. He then involved the X-Men and Alpha Flight in a plot to gain favor with Those Who Sit Above in Shadow.

In disguise, Loki formed an alliance with the group of villains that engineered the "Acts of Vengeance". With these prime movers, he set in motion a plot against the Avengers and other heroes. He battled the combined forces of the West Coast Avengers and the Avengers. His identity was ultimately revealed, and he was defeated by the Avengers. Loki would actually die at the hands of Thor, although, manipulation of the time stream would later bring him back.

On another occasion, Loki actually worked with Spider-Man to stop Morwen, a Lord of Chaos, from destroying the world, although Loki was partly motivated by the desire to save his daughter, who was currently being used by Morwen as a host. Morwen herself helped in the fight, utilizing the will and fortitude that came from being a descendant of Loki. During this incident it is discovered Loki has many children. Afterwards, Loki promises Spider-Man a favor.

It has been prophesied that Loki will lead Asgard's enemies into the "Eternal Realm" and aid them in destroying it in a final conflict known as Ragnarök, or sometimes referred to as "The Twilight of the Gods". Loki fulfilled the prophecy of leading the enemies of Asgard against the Asgardians. This battle consumed all who participated in it and it was revealed that the cycle of the birth, lives, and death of the Asgardians was a continuing cycle presided over by beings known only as "Those Who Sit Above in Shadow". Thor, Loki's foster brother and monarch of the Asgardians after Odin perished in battle against Surtur months earlier, was able to put an end to this continuing cycle. All Asgardians perished in this last Ragnarok except for Thor who would disappear into a deep sleep. But this time, "Those Who Sit Above" followed them in death and were unable to revive them. With Thor's recent return, it has been revealed that Asgardians now exist on Earth in mortal guises.

After the Ragnarok, Loki returned, only that "he" is now a she and has been working with Doctor Doom, plotting to manipulate events so that Thor unwittingly resurrects his greatest Asgardian enemies."
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