- You're meant to be dead, godling. Let me help.
Appearing in "Part One"Edit
Synopsis for "Part One"Edit
In a sub-basement of the Infinte Embassy, the Fear Lords meet to discuss the fallout of the Serpent's war on Earth, and how they should proceed. In Broxton, Loki and Leah are in a diner and he introduces her to the wonders of a milkshake, which she has no intention of giving back to him, when they are threatened by one of the townies. As he's about to punch Loki, Leah grabs him and hurls him through the window.
In Poland, and young girl is having fever dreams when Daimon Hellstrom shows up trying to help, but he's too late. The young girl dies screaming of castles, and Daimon is determined to find who's responsible.
Back in Asgardia, Loki is before the All-Mothers (again), after Broxton sends word that two Asgardian youths threw a boy threw a window. The All-Mothers tell Loki that he must go apologize to the boy and that they will pay for damages from their coffers.
Back in his hotel room, Daimon Hellstrom casts bones trying to determine who is at the heart of the problems, and they point him to Broxton. In Asgardia, Loki is sleeping in his room and is having a fever dream like the young Polish girl. He's dreaming of a dark castle, and his brother Thor. In his dream, Loki kills Thor by snapping his neck, telling him that Thor has to die in order to save everyone. Then the Disir come for him, and as they are dragging him down to Hell with them, Ikol wakes Loki up by poking him in the eye. Ikol tells him that he was under some sort of attack.
Loki and Ikol head out to the ruins of the Serpent's Asgard, trying to find some answers, when Daimon Hellstrom arrives, deciding that Loki is the source of the trouble.
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- • THE SON OF SATAN GUEST-STARS! • FALLOUT FROM FEAR ITSELF LEAVES THOUSANDS TRAPPED IN DEADLY FEVER DREAMS AROUND THE WORLD. • WHY IS IT LOKI'S FAULT? AGAIN. • AND LEAH OF HEL DISCOVERS THE WONDER AND CONSEQUENCE OF MILKSHAKES…
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