Loki repeatedly betrays and deceives others in the Marvel movie world, and one of the people who is constantly harmed by his tricks is It's Thor.
Tom Hiddleston joined Marvel in 2011 with his first appearance as the god of evil in Thor. He immediately became a fan favorite because of his charm, magical abilities, and Loki skills in manipulating and deceiving those around him. That film portrayed Loki as a bigger villain in the future, and he became the main negative character in Avengers.
- 10 Superheroes Marvel Complains to Creator for Copyright
- 7 films inspired by Zhao Kidney in Marvel Immortals
- Immortals 2; Chloe Zhao wants to make a sequel to Marvel's new
film. Loki's constant presence in Marvel's cinematic world turned
him from a villain into an anti-hero, and his transformation into
Avengers: Eternal War came to an end, and he seemed to have become
a hero in that film. Of course, there is another version of Loki's
character that will continue to work thanks to the Loki DisneyPlus
series, which was accidentally founded from the movie Avengers: The
Final Game. Many are eager to see Loki's further adventures, and it
is clear that the god of evil will return to show some of his old
tricks. After all, he is always expected to betray or deceive
people. Many Marvel characters have fallen victim to Loki's plots,
but none have been harmed as much as Thor. The god of thunder grew
up with his adopted brother, and they have thousands of different
experiences together. In the years since Marvel's cinematic world
began, Loki has repeatedly betrayed and deceived his brother, but
Thor still trusts Loki.
1. Snake Trick
The oldest trick Loki performed on Thor as a child They return when Loki changed his appearance and became a snake. Thor recounted these events to Bruce Banner and Valkyrie in Thor: Regnarok. As the god of thunder said, snakes were one of his favorite animals as a child, and Loki used this to scare his brother. Loki turned into a snake to pull eight-year-old Thor towards him and then surprised him by revealing his true form, but worst of all, Loki took the opportunity to stab Thor.
2. Thor's inauguration
The first time Loki betrayed Thor in the Marvel movie world Kurd, in the very first minutes of the movie was Thor. On that day, Thor was to be sworn in to become the new king of Asgard. During the ceremony, just before Odin officially introduced his eldest son as the new leader of the empire, a small group of Frost giants attacked Odin's arch. This disrupted Thor's coronation, which was part of Loki's overall plan. He later revealed that he did so merely to disrupt the big day of Thor's life.
3. Attack on Juttenheim
Loki after betraying Thor by invading the giants of Frost , Rose against him again, and this time it was Asgard's turn to retaliate. Loki angered his brother and tricked him into attacking Jottenheim. Thor, Loki, Lady Seif, and the three warriors all went to the icy planet to confront the giants of Frost. However, this plan went against Odin's wishes. Loki tricked Thor into attacking the home of the Frost Giants, Jottenheim, knowing that this would anger their father, but he also betrayed Thor's plan. Thor did not want anyone to stop them, but Loki asked someone to inform Odin about the mission shortly after they left so that Odin could save the warriors. This trick cost Thor dearly, as Odin exiled him to the ground and deprived him of power due to his unsuccessful plan.
4. Death of Odin
In his next trick, Loki informed the god of thunder that Odin is dead. Thor was arrested by the Shield after trying to retrieve Mller, and Loki magically met him on the ground. He told Thor that Odin had died after his exile, and that he (Loki) had become the ruler of Asgard. Loki said he could not overturn Thor's sentence because it was Odin's last order. However, this was not true. Odin was still alive but only asleep. When Lady Seif and the three warriors came to earth, Thor understood the truth.
5. Attack on Earth
Loki's attack on Earth is also considered somewhat of a betrayal of Thor It becomes. He vowed to protect the planet if necessary, and Loki's attempt to dominate the planet was directly against Thor's goals. Loki never personally betrays Thor during his attempt to invade Earth, but attacking Earth and collaborating with Tanus still seems to be somewhat hostile and betrayal to Thor.
6. Deceiving the Avengers
Loki in The Avengers (2012) Thor in the moment An important part of the film is deception. After Loki was easily captured by the Avengers, Hawkeye and other Loki minions set the stage for his release. Loki was being held in a cell designed for the Hulk, and Thor rushed to the scene amid the coup. When Thor arrived, Loki was about to run away. Thor ran to confront Loki but passed him because he was an illusion. Loki went on to say that Thor was always fooled by his tricks and then threw himself out of the aircraft.
7. Loki's fake death in Thor 2
Thor In Thor: The Dark World, he worked with Loki moment by moment to stop his betrayal, but the god of evil eventually deceived him. Loki stabbed the cursed Algrim, but the dark demon came back and stabbed Loki with the same weapon. This seemed to be the end of Loki in Marvel's cinematic world, and even Thor shed tears for his brother as he died in his arms. However, this incident was another illusion created by Loki. Loki swapped places with an Asgard guard who was there and returned to Asgard.
8. Replacing Odin
Loki returns to Asgard and does another great trick on Thor And all Asgard ran. Loki appeared in the role of Odin and ruled Asgard in his place. Thor confronted the fake Odin and did not suspect anything. Surprisingly, Asgard was in a good position under him, and even Loki abused his power to further his own admiration. In Thor: Regnarok, Thor learned of Loki's deception and what he had done to Odin.
9. Stealing Traction
Stealing Traction by Loki from the Odin Arch before destroying Asgard Thor: Regnarok is also considered a betrayal of Thor. The god of thunder was not worried about keeping or protecting the stone of eternity, but Loki could not stop himself and stole it. This paid a heavy price, as he led Tanus directly to a ship with everything left of Asgard. Crazy Titan killed half of the ship's occupants, including Loki. Of course, the interesting part of the story is that Loki had to leave Teskerat to prevent Tanus from killing Thor, but if Loki had not removed this stone of eternity, Tanus would not have followed them.