- No, All-Mother, for once, you listen! And I did this all for you. You have no idea what I've had to sacrifice for you and Asgardia and everyone. I don't expect gratitude. But if you don't want Loki to save you, don't ask Loki to save you!
- -- Loki
Appearing in "Manchester Gods, Part Three"Edit
- Leah (Apparent Death)
- Captain Britain (Brian Braddock)
- Lady of the Lake
- King Arthur
- Daimon Hellstrom
- All-Mothers of Asgardia
Synopsis for "Manchester Gods, Part Three"Edit
Now on the side of the Manchester Gods, Loki and Leah begin destroying the focuses of power for the old gods of Otherworld. In Camelot, the Celtic gods get the news that the Manchester gods have overrun their defenses and begin destroying their sites in Otherworld. Before they can even begin to rally, Camelot is surrounded. Forced to sign an armistice, the domains of the Celtic gods will remain their own domains and the icons in the real world will be reconstructed. There will now be peace in Otherworld, and Loki tells Hellstorm that he used the information Daimon gathered for him to achieve it. Loki then lets Hela into Otherworld in order to drink from the Holy Grail and restore her arm, but in doing so, Leah disappears. Before she does, she tells Loki that she finally looked it up and knows that "B.F.F." means best friends forever, and she truly appreciates the sentiment. Back in Asgardia, Loki stands before the All-Mothers who are outraged over what Loki has done, but he fires back that they keep wanting him to save the world, and then lambaste him for how he does it. In Otherworld, Master Wilson transports himself to another dimension and stands before Surtur in Muspelheim.
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- • Loki brings peace to the Otherworld. But is it a peace that anyone can live with?
• The secret origin of the Manchester Gods revealed. • And what did Hela want the Holy Grail for?
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