Re: Tom Hiddleston: Loki Redux - Part 1
Originally Posted by Idun
It would explain confusion but not his malevolence.
As far as developing malevolence goes it all depends upon what occurs with each experience Loki has had. With all those alternate realities he could have subjected himself to an infinite number of variations of one particular event of varying results some of a violent nature that scars him psychologically.
- It might get cold where I live but it's much warmer than certain people's hearts.
- Give me one really good reason why I shouldn't be pissed off.
- It's all well and nice until they slap the metaphorical irons on you.
- Fame is the worst thing that could happen to some people.