Loki is… what to say about Loki.
Loki is infuriating. Completely and utterly infuriating. He will run rings around you and you wont even notice until you step back some time later and see the tracks in the dirt, if you notice at all.
Loki is cunning. He has plans within plans and can weave a smoke screen so well you would sware it is cloth.
Loki is hilarious, utterly, utterly hilarious. He makes my face ache from smiling and laughing so much, and most of the time I don’t even care that I am grinning in public.
Loki is manipulative. He knows how to get what He wants and He knows just how to push me to make me see, after years of trying on my own, how to progress.
Loki is both harsh and kind. He does what He feels He needs to do, for the benefit of His people, for my benefit, for the benefit of… something or someone, somewhere. If He can soften the blow, He will, but if not He will carry on regardless even if He hates it.
Loki can be cruel. If a task requires cruelty the He can and will deliver.
Loki can be tender. So warm, so soft and caring it makes me melt.
Loki can be playful. He is quick witted, knows how to play along and have fun with the best of them.
Loki is eloquent though not in the way most would associate with the word. The title of Word Smith is well deserved as He will use as few or as many words as needed with long lasting precision, always tailored to His audience.
Loki is resourceful, so deceptively resourceful. He will use little to accomplish far more then you would think possible.
And Loki is far too easily underestimated. For all the laughter, the dancing and the smiles all of which are genuine, there is seriousness, there are plans and far sightedness. Loki is no fool.