Your Savior's Chronicle
Loki Laufeyson, son of the King of Jotunheim, was abandoned and left to die by Laufey, viewing the babe unusually small for a Frost Giant. Following a war between the Frost Giants and Asgardians, Odin, King of Asgard, found Loki and took him home to raise as his son and an Asgardian prince along with his biological son Thor. Queen Frigga raised him in the arts of sorcery, teaching him everything she knew.
Unaware of his true heritage and tired of living in Thor’s shadows, on the day of Thor’s coronation, Loki secretly opened pathways in the eternal realm allowing the Frost Giants to infiltrate Asgard and into Odin’s vault. When their attempts to retrieve the Casket of the Ancient Winters—the Frost Giant’s source of power—failed, Thor wanted to retaliate. Enraged and pushed by Loki to act rashly, Thor, disobeying Odin’s direct orders, sought out the Frost Giants on their land of Jotunheim alongside Loki, Sif and the Warriors Three Volstagg, Fandral, and Hogun, to send a message that they cannot attack Asgard without consequence.
Taunted by a giant, Thor led his friends into battle. It was here Loki learned he was able to withstand a Frost Giant’s touch, experiencing no pain. Their presence on Jotunheim all but started a war with the Jotun until Odin intervened. Banished to the Migard realm known as Earth for his insolence, Odin stripped Thor of his powers and his hammer Mjolnir. Inspired by these events and distraught about surviving a Jotun’s touch and believe himself cursed, Loki sought out the Casket and demanded his true heritage from Odin.
Unable to see past his anger, Loki believed his family viewed him as a monster, for Asgardians are raised to hate Jotuns, that he was rescued by Odin not out of compassion, but as a political tool of peace. That Odin never had any intention of putting a Frost Giant on the throne of Asgard. Distraught over his family falling apart and the impending war with Jotunheim, Loki chastised the Allfather into Odinsleep, a period when Odin sleeps to regain strength.
Offered the position of acting king by his mother, Loki briefly visits Thor to tell him their father has died and their mother refuses his return in fear of sparking war with the Frost Giants. He then invites Laufey into Asgard to kill Odin while he slept and take back the Casket. With Sif and the Warriors Three loyal to Thor and seeking to retrieve the rightful heir, Loki sent the Destroyer to Earth to eliminate Thor and his friends. After battling with the Destroyer, powered by Loki’s mind, Thor sacrifices himself to save the people of Earth, bending Loki to ease up on his brother.
Upon infiltrating Asgard, Loki betrays and kills Laufey with Odin’s Gungnir, as a maneuver to attack Jotunheim using the Bifrost, which would ultimately destroy the planet, to prove himself worthy as Asgard’s king. Returning to Asgard and stopping the destruction of Jotunheim, Thor destroyed the Rainbow Bridge cutting off his and Asgard’s access to Earth and the other realms. Falling into the abyss, the newly-awoken Odin saved both his sons from the black hole. Devastated that the Allfather could not see his actions were for him and Asgard, Loki lets go and falls into the abyss.
Arriving at the Sanctuary through a wormhole caused by the Bifrost, Loki met the Other, ruler of the ancient race of extraterrestrials the Chitauri, and Thanos. Offering the God of Mischief dominion over his brother’s favorite realm Earth, Thanos requested the Tesseract in return. Gifted with a Scepter that acted as a mind control device, Loki would be able to influence others. Unbeknownst to him, the Scepter was also influencing him, fueling his hatred over his brother Thor and the inhabitants of Earth.