History Characters / MCULoki

10th Feb '18 4:32:24 PM Lionheart0
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* OrcusOnHisThrone: In ''Ragnarok'' having gotten everything he ever wanted, now stealing the throne from under Odin and Thor's noses, Loki proceeds...[[VictoryIsBoring to do absolutely nothing but laze around]]. It's specifically ''because'' of his lackadaisical actions that unintentionally causes all the conflict.
10th Feb '18 4:28:29 PM Lionheart0
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* Though it was in his interests to convince Thor his exile was going to be permanent to maintain a new truce with the Jötunns, telling him Odin died due to the stress of exiling him was just cruel.
* In ''Ragnarok'', during his LetsYouAndHimFight with Valkyre, Loki makes her relive watching her comrades get slaughtered by Hela.

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* ** Though it was in his interests to convince Thor his exile was going to be permanent to maintain a new truce with the Jötunns, telling him Odin died due to the stress of exiling him was just cruel.
* ** In ''Ragnarok'', during his LetsYouAndHimFight with Valkyre, Loki makes her relive watching her comrades get slaughtered by Hela.
10th Feb '18 4:28:03 PM Lionheart0
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* KickTheDog: Though it was in his interests to convince Thor his exile was going to be permanent to maintain a new truce with the Jötunns, telling him Odin died due to the stress of exiling him was just cruel.

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* KickTheDog: KickTheDog:
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Though it was in his interests to convince Thor his exile was going to be permanent to maintain a new truce with the Jötunns, telling him Odin died due to the stress of exiling him was just cruel.cruel.
* In ''Ragnarok'', during his LetsYouAndHimFight with Valkyre, Loki makes her relive watching her comrades get slaughtered by Hela.
2nd Feb '18 11:26:35 AM Hjortron18
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* OedipusComplex: In ''The Dark World'', he genuinely loves his mother and overthrows his father -- whom he now loathes -- usurping the Asgardian throne in the process.

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* OedipusComplex: In ''The Dark World'', he genuinely loves his mother and overthrows his father -- whom he now loathes -- father, usurping the Asgardian throne in the process.
2nd Feb '18 11:19:26 AM Hjortron18
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* BadassLongcoat: In ''The Avengers'', although he sometimes goes back to his royal outfit.

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* BadassLongcoat: In ''The Avengers'', although Always when he sometimes goes back to is not wearing his royal outfit.



* ByronicHero, particularly in regards to his motivations, actions, and demeanor in ''Film/{{Thor}}'' and ''The Dark World''.

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* ByronicHero, particularly ByronicHero: Particularly in regards to his motivations, actions, and demeanor in ''Film/{{Thor}}'' and ''The Dark World''.



* EasilyForgiven: Averted in ''Dark World'', where Jane is still pissed at him for his attack on her planet, Odin only refrains from executing him due to Frigga's wish, and Thor is very suspicious of him. Played straight in ''Ragnarok'' ,where the Asgardians aren't that pissed off at him after he duped them as "Odin" for years, no one from New York City except Dr. Strange calls him out over his actions there [[Film/TheAvengers2012 years ago]] (particularly egregious when two citizens waste no time getting selfies with Thor, and say nothing about the destroyer of their city standing next to him), and Thor basically treats his ChronicBackstabbingDisorder as "nah, used to your shit by now."

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* EasilyForgiven: Averted in ''Dark World'', where Jane is still pissed at him for his attack on her planet, Odin only refrains from executing him due to Frigga's wish, and Thor is very suspicious of him. Played straight in ''Ragnarok'' ,where ''Ragnarok'', where the Asgardians aren't that pissed off at him after he duped them as "Odin" for years, no one from New York City except Dr. Doctor Strange calls him out over his actions there [[Film/TheAvengers2012 years ago]] (particularly egregious when two citizens waste no time getting selfies with Thor, and say nothing about the destroyer of their city standing next to him), and Thor basically treats his ChronicBackstabbingDisorder as "nah, used to your shit by now."



* EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: It's proved in ''Film/TheDarkWorld'' that he still loves his brother Thor. Even if he had no problem with psychically injuring him, he nonetheless saved his life shortly afterwards.

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* EvenEvilCanBeLoved: His family and friends are devastated when they believe he is dead at the end of ''Thor''. And in ''Dark World'', he gets regular visits from his mother and Thor's reaction when he believes Loki dead ''again'' proves that he never stopped loving his brother.
* EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: It's proved in ''Film/TheDarkWorld'' that he still loves his brother Thor. Even if Thor when he had no problem with psychically injuring him, he nonetheless saved saves his life shortly afterwards.from Kurse.
28th Jan '18 1:35:25 AM PF_Fan
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!!!'''Voiced By:''' Creator/JoseGilbertoVilchis (Latin-American Spanish dub), David Brau (European Spanish dub), Creator/DaisukeHirakawa (Japanese dub)

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!!!'''Voiced By:''' Creator/JoseGilbertoVilchis (Latin-American Spanish dub), David Brau (European Spanish dub), Creator/DaisukeHirakawa (Japanese dub), Frédéric Millaire-Zouvi (Canadian French dub)
27th Jan '18 1:19:39 PM Hjortron18
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* DesperatelyCravesAffection: On the one hand, he's a conniving, power-hungry liar. On the other hand, he's a deeply damaged young man who's convinced he's TheUnfavorite, especially after finding out he was not only adopted, but from an enemy race, and is desperate for his father's approval and affection. It's made even sadder because he already had his father's acceptance and fondness, but convinced himself otherwise.
27th Jan '18 12:04:49 PM Hjortron18
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* LongHairedPrettyBoy: Along with wavy black hair down to his shoulders, Loki has big blue eyes, a slender build, and moves very gracefully.


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* MindOverMatter: In ''Dark World'', he throws around the furniture in his cell by just clenching his fist, as a reaction of being told of his mothers's death.


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* VillainousCheekbones: Especially prominent in ''The Avengers'', Tom Hiddleston's already prominent cheekbones are further emphasized with makeup, leading his face to go from "friendly and lanky" to "skull-like".
14th Jan '18 11:45:04 AM nighttrainfm
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-->''"I know I say this every time I betray you, but this time it's really nothing personal."''

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-->''"I know I say this every time I betray you, but this time it's really truly nothing personal."''
3rd Jan '18 2:30:54 PM Asherinka
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* TheTrickster: Loki is the epitome of this.
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