#sif’s hair has so much game like look at that#fandral seems overdressed but he was actually the only one of these nerds smart enough to be like#”Oh we’re going to Jotunheim I guess I better grab a coat”#VOLSTAGG’S BEARD#hogun looking at loki like ‘who the fuck are you’#(but look how happy fandral is about his gloves what a precious)#loki acting like he’s asgard’s next top model#(walk walk fashion baby)#thor looking swag as hell what a nerd#his hair was so fab in this movie#they’re all going to walk straight into that bench thing#i love this so much ( hallsofvalhalla )
"I have much to learn. I know that now."
THOR SWAP for thorloptrs
Prompts: A bit of everything that was asked (golden hair appreciation + bravery + Thorki) and some lyrics of this song
“The gods are fallen and all safety gone. And there is one sure thing about the fall of gods: they do not fall a little; they crash and shatter or sink deeply into green muck. It is a tedious job to build them up again; they never quite shine.” ― John Steinbeck
If I should fall, find Sif. Tell her I love her. Tell her…tell her…that I fell loving her above all risk, all danger, all consequence. Tell her goodbye.
can melinda may be in thor 3 can she just sort of show up with sif like
can sif be like “THIS IS MY TINY HUMAN THOR GOT ONE AND I WANT ONE”
i think nothing would make ming na happier and i want this so much
Thor’s grandmother and Odin’s mother, Queen Bestla the jotun sorceress.
also when young loki asked why he had dark hair whereas everyone else in the family was fair-haired odin was like *shifty eyes* “oh you took after my mother!”
I was inspired by thor 2 to draw her, since we got to see Borr and Asgard seemed to be made intentionally a tad hypocritical. So it would be entirely consistent for Odin’s mother to be jotun in the MCU too-alliances don’t last forever. She’d be where Odin got his skill with magic from.
In norse mythology, the jotuns and aesir actually intermarried quite a bit despite being enemies at times. the frost giants were supposed to be ancient beings intimately connected to forces of nature, in some ways more powerful and wiser than the aesir.