"You'll Never See Her Again!"

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I am going to dedicate this chapter to
Wish her good health!!


Loki lay on his stomach, then pushed himself up to stand.

Thor wore a conflicted face, fighting his conflicted thoughts, hating himself for what he was about, needed, to do.

The God of Mischief seemed to read his mind.

The blond raised his hammer, summoning dark clouds, rumbling with thunder. Lightning arched off the hammer, and Thor brought it crashing down.

"Stop! What are you doing?"

The God of Lightning sucked in a shaky breath and slammed Mjölnir down onto the Rainbow Bridge again. It cracked.

"If you destroy the bridge, you'll never see her again!" Loki grabbed Gungnir, ran towards him, ready to pierce Thor through the back.

Obviously, his brother was speaking about Lady Persephone and Thor hated that he was right.

"Forgive me, " He whispered, lightning struck the hammer from all sides and he smashed his hammer down with all his remaining strength. Both were thrown through the air and the bridge shook violently.

The Observatory fell to destruction, collapsing in on itself. They fall, Loki clutching one end of Gungnir while Thor holds the other.

A strong hand caught Thor's leg. There the Allfather stood, in all his glory, finally awake from the Odinsleep.

Loki searched his father's face for approval. Redemption. But saw only disappointment and regret.

And the green-eyed God let go, feeling empty inside, falling from the shattered bridge into the void below, disappearing out of sight.



Perci bolted up from her bed, feeling like her heart had just broken, shattering in her chest.

Did, did that just happen?

Was the God of Mischief dead?

Is...Thor okay?

The demigoddess must have made a sound of some sort, because Sally had suddenly appeared and was now sitting on the mattress, holding Perci's head to her chest. It took a moment for her to realize that she was crying.

"What's wrong sweetheart?"

"I don't know. I'm...I saw Thor's brother fall from some bridge. I think he's dead."

Sally frowned, pulling the demigoddess closer, resting her cheek on the black locks of her daughter's soft hair, "I'm sure it's just a dream Perci," The older woman kissed her forehead, "Come on baby, I'll make you some coffee."

Perci scrunched up her nose in disgust, "I hate coffee."

"Then some hot chocolate, oh picky one."

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