Re: Tom Hiddleston: Loki Redux
Originally Posted by metaphysician
See, I'm not asking "Would it be a good idea for Loki to achieve redemption", or "Should Loki achieve redemption." I'm asking "What would it take for him to achieve redemption?" which is its own question. You seem to be taking the view "once a villain, always a villain" and rejecting the very concept of redemption as a possibility.
If he could undo what he did, and ressurect every single life he stole. Then he'd be in the clear but barring that, I think he'd need to die.
"The smell was something he was born with. A curse, the smallfolk said. The gods had made him stink so that men would know his soul was rotting. Ramsay’s mother appeared at my gates to demand that I provide a servant for my bastard, who was growing up wild and unruly. I gave her Reek. It was meant to be amusing, but he and Ramsay became inseparable. I do wonder, though... was it Ramsay who corrupted Reek, or Reek Ramsay? ”