They would not love me living, so let them dread me dead.
Cat’s always talking about the parallels with Tyrion and Loki - and her tags just make me think of it. He tries to be the monster people want him to be, the monster he’s convinced that he is. Tyrion for being the Imp, Loki for being first Loki, and secondly a jotun. Loki faces it not just for what he finds out he is - a jotun - but for what he does, too - magic, not being the kind of SMASH FIRST THINK LATER fighter that Thor is, etc.
The part about prophecy reminds me of Loki too. Is the prophecy about Ragnarok there because the Norns knew what Loki would eventually do, or does he make those choices because he knows he’s supposed to?
Ngl Sarah, my thoughts went there too.
Ugh when you EXPECT people to be monsters, more often than not, that’s what happens. That kind of thing is a lot to throw off.
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