Author has written 4 stories for Star Wars, Thor, and Ironman.
Hi, and thanks for visiting :) I like various series such as Loki's movies -otherwise known as Thor's movies-, Star Wars, Star Trek, Clive Cussler's books, Sherlock Holmes, Harry Potter -RIP Alan Rickman-, and Batman. Most of my favorite fanfiction stories are AU stories where characters find redemption, communicate better, and in general have happier endings than in canon. The stories I write have one or all of those themes.
Ramblings on my stories
Loki's Journey: Loki's intelligence, brotherly love for Thor -the bitterness Loki also felt warring with that love and influencing him was a tragedy-, and charm made me like him. Watching Thor left me feeling sad at how choices Loki made hurt people including himself and also made me ticked off at Asgard. I had to write something which would deal with those issues plus provide an opportunity for snarkiness with Tony Stark. I would like to write a sequel, but with so many other Loki ideas in my head and limited writing time it will probably not happen.
Alternate Choices: I wanted Loki to lift Mjolnir but know he didn't need it, Loki to legitimately rule Asgard and be appreciated for it, Odin and Loki to have a productive talk, and Thor to regain his power by winning a battle of the mind and spirit. Basically, I wanted the things I thought should have happened in the movie but didn'tI'm currently slowly writing a sequel and will begin posting it after I've completed it.
New Road: In the comics Asajj Ventress faked her death at Boz Pity and then left everything, including Obi-Wan who grieved her death- behind. After I read the comics I wondered what could have happened if she chose differently. What if she decided to rebuild her home world while she rebuilt herself? What if the connection between her and Obi-Wan had a chance to flourish? Asajj's character grabbed my attention because there was, to paraphrase Obi-Wan from the comics, a chance for her to be a bright light. I also wanted Obi-Wan to have a chance at love with someone who would be unorthodox and not hesitate to stand up for him even to himself.
What Now: I wanted to do a story which would focus on how Obi-Wan would grow and adapt in a universe where tragedy didn't destroy everything he loved. Since he mourned Asajj in the comics I had to have them reunite.
More about the sequel to Alternate Choices
This one is going to have lots of relationship building as different realms unite to face Thanos. There will be various races and people having to learn to get along. Here are some areas I'm thinking about.
The dark elves: Malekith wanted power, but maybe there was another reason to want darkness. Maybe the dark elves wanted everyone else gone because the other realms are much too noisy with magic, words, and in general. (None of this makes trying to destroy the universe right, but I want to add some depth to their species.) If Loki can find a way to address this -and I think I've found one- then they can be happier and tension with other races goes down. Tension wouldn't leave entirely because they love plotting, but it would decrease. Loki will be making a trip to Svartalfheim to better understand them, think of how to work with them, and perhaps get a present.
Loki being of two families: If the Jotuns and the Aesir are to work together then the royal families of both realms are going to have to accept all of them love Loki. Thor and Helbindi will at least get along. Odin and Farbauti will at least tolerate each other. Frigga and Farbauti I want to become friends- they both know what it is like to be wife of a warrior king, they both have skills of their own, and they both love Loki with a mother's love.
Loki's importance: I have this image of someone asking the dark elf ambassador calling Loki 'Loki the Lynchpin'. In other words, Loki is the center around which the fight to defend the Nine Realms revolves. He is Asgard's prince, a Jotun born who is helping Jounheim rebuild, someone who will forge a bond with the dark elves, he is respected by both the light elves and dwarves, and the only realm he doesn't have a bond of respect and/or love with is Muspelheim.
Muspelheim: Sutur will probably be the villain in this story. Sutur as villain would pose complications for Loki since he has fire giant blood due from Farbauti's side of the family.
Tony: Tony will be making something important for Loki. Tony might not have as strong a role in this story but he will be there.
Bucky: Winter Soldier brought on the lost epic friendship/brotherhood feels so I want Bucky to be rescued from Hydra and Steve to have a friend to adjust to the modern world with. Not sure at what point this will happen but it will happen. Also, not going to have Hydra infiltrate Shield or not as much because with all the other plot ideas I have I don't have think I can bring in all the fallout of Winter Soldier too.
Odin and Loki: these two have rebuilding to do so even not too personal conversations might feel awkward because neither wants to lose ground with with the other. Odin will do something he should have done a long time ago.
Thor: some diplomacy because practice helps, brotherly fluff with Loki, and mentions of his developing relationship with Jane.
Sif: I didn't like her in either of the Thor movies, but I did like her in the 1st season episode of Agents of Shield. That episode gave her depth, so I want to give her character a chance in my stories. She will make a truce with Loki. I also want to give her someone who will help her to see more than Asgard's viewpoint. I'm actually thinking Farbauti might be a good choice if learning of Sif's bad history with Loki won't be too much for Farbauti to look past. Farbauti is a female warrior who uses physical strength and knows the pain of losing a loved one (Farbauti lost Laufey to Laufey's bitterness and Sif lost a warrior she loved to Lorelei's enchanted voice).
Anyhow, thanks for visiting and God bless :)