The kidnapped thing... so true... didn't they say he was found in a temple? The most holy, and safest, place to any race? Does not compute that Odin thought that he was "saving" him... his dad obviously put him there to keep him away from the fighting... and there were probably others in the temple until they were killed... Odin is illogical...
Additionally, we all know that Loki is a very sensitive individual, but I'd be pissed too if I learned I was adopted & my parents were lying about that my entire life, but he's also from a race widely considered by Asgard (save the king and queen) to be completely devoid of goodness, and we do see in the Thor film, including deleted scenes, that his talents and opinions are clearly unappreciated, and given that he fell through The Void and landed with Thanos of all people, and clearly believes that Odin doesn't love him...of course he's a ****ed-up guy.
1: 80 people? When did this happen? I watched the entire movie and Loki's killed 20 at most.
2: He's all defensive of his brother but then he learns Loki's crimes and "he's adopted." Douchebag Thor has returned.
3: Kidnapped? Yes. What, he picks up a baby, goes home and says "this is my son, take my word for it"? Yeah.
Also, given that Thor invaded Jotunheim because his coronation was cancelled and started murdering giants left and right because one of them called him a princess? He's got no right to lecture Loki given that he's metaphorically just as blood-drenched.
80 people in 2 days? Oh my God what a dramatic drama. And in Midgard starving dozens of people every minute is Loki's fault too? ¬¬ Natasha... Natasha That point of the writers I do not understand Asgard claims to be protecting Midgard, but Aesirs knows nothing of the horrors that go here, or know but do nothing on purpose. And my poor Loki was kidnapped and put to live among the enemy, raised with self-hatred. T___T
Sorry, I'm a little emo today X) I'm going to a corner to mourn.
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