|Reviews for On the Benefits of Regicide|
| Cosmic Horror chapter 1 . 4/4/2015
Aside from the moral acid that is genocide, Loki's plan was very solid and I'm thankful you showed that here. Not telling Thor he'd already been crowned was weird, but thankfully addressed in the interquel(Nobody cared)
| FlowerPrincessoftheUniverse chapter 1 . 1/9/2015
A very interesting idea. A completely new take on Loki's motives. Great work!
| Marvelite5Ever chapter 1 . 11/27/2014
I... never thought of this. This was anew, utterly fascinating and brilliant view of Loki's actions in "Thor." Love it!
| Deinokos chapter 1 . 9/12/2014
Um, ok. Declaration of love! XD
I'm joking. Btw, I like idea number 2?
| Sage of Wind Dragons chapter 1 . 7/26/2014
well dam, if only Loki had done the smart thing and just MADE SURE that he either brought Heindmall into his confidence or just LEFT all of his friends trapped down on earth instead of COMPLICATING everything by trying to force ll of his bases covered with the distraction of the destroyer...
ah Loki always having to make so much of a good plan that he complicates the shit out of everything and wraps himself and his mind so much into knots that the he accidentally SQEWERS himself to death in fasenating ways..
| Fai's smile chapter 1 . 3/12/2014
And better yet, it stove off immediate threat of war since they can't start it without leader. So he at leaast postpones war, kills of any chance of being recognised as new king of that frozen rock. Yeah, cause he never wanted to be king. He is clever like that. :-) I love how well he multitask. And I'm sure he would immensely amuse himself with who misinterpreted the plan and how and played with it... :)
| Hieiko chapter 1 . 12/10/2013
I like this insight into Loki's motivations. It does make sense.
| Convenient Alias chapter 1 . 1/21/2013
Heh. The precaution is probably completely unnecessary, but I guess Loki, who has a tendency to overdo things, might just want to make sure.
| ZenyZootSuit chapter 1 . 12/23/2012
LOL at "witty limmericks"! I wish. I liked this, nice job!
| Alexandra Sly chapter 1 . 12/16/2012
I like it. The thought had crossed my mind, and everyone knows the best lies are those that have elements of truth to them. And again, what better way to spite Odin that forever ruining his supposed plan for Loki? Loki does what he wants, not what others want him to do.
| Sweets And Charades chapter 1 . 10/16/2012
Wow, this is brilliant! I never thought of it that way! And it is brilliantly written :)
| cunning linguist chapter 1 . 9/1/2012
That's actually a pretty good angle, didn't think of it that way until now, but totaly my new head-canon. I also like your style, although one tiny thing I noticed; 'whom he now hated with a hate that...' despised, abhored...? Wrath, passion...?
Otherwise, Oh. My. Gods. Option 1 needs to happen! Pretty please?
| MoonClaimed chapter 1 . 8/31/2012
Very, very cool. And now mind canon forever. :)
| Guest chapter 1 . 8/31/2012
Wow. I have to admit, this is one explanation for Loki's actions that never crossed my mind. I was thinking in terms of Loki proving himself to be Odin's son by killing Laufey. Not in terms of his rendering himself forever unacceptable to the jotun as a future king.
But I agree with you that becoming king of a frozen wasteland (ruined by war and the loss of the Casket), the monstrous ruler of monsters, is a fate Loki would do anything to avoid.
This story made me view events in the movie from a fresh perspective! Well done.
| Susan M. M chapter 1 . 8/31/2012
Crazy like a fox, Prince Loki is. Plausible.