And don’t forget to check out these and .

1. “You will never be a god.”

2. “I am Loki, of Asgard, and I am burdened with glorious purpose.”

3. “If it is all the same to you, I’ll have that drink now.”

4. “I never wanted the throne, I only ever wanted to be your equal.”

5. “You know, this is wonderful! This is a tremendous idea! Let’s steal the biggest, most obvious ship in the universe and escape in that! Flying around the city, smash it into everything in sight and everyone will see it! It’s brilliant, Thor!”

6. “I’m not overly fond of what follows.”

7. “I assure you, brother, the sun will shine on us again.”

8. “Satisfaction isn’t in my nature.”

9. “What, because I am the monster parents tell their children about at night?”

10. “Hurts, doesn’t it? Being lied to. Being told you’re one thing and then learning it’s all a fiction.”

11. “You don’t trust me, you can trust one thing. I love to be right.”

12. “You cross me, there are deadly consequences.”

13. “There are no men like me.”

14. “Your savior is here!”

15. “Hitting does not solve everything.”

16. “It varies from moment to moment.”

17. “So I am no more than another stolen relic locked up here, until you might have some use of me. You could have told me what I was from the beginning. Why didn’t you?”

18. “We’re not doing ‘Get Help.’”

19. “You’ll kill me? Evidently, there will be a line.”

20. “Trust my rage.”

21. “I have been falling for 30 minutes.”

22. “On my way down to coordinate search and rescue.”

23. “It’s not that I don’t love our little talks, it’s just that―I don’t love them.”

24. “Guilty of being the God of Mischief? Yes. Guilty of finding all of this incredibly tedious? Yes. Guilty of a crime against the Sacred Timeline? Absolutely not, you have the wrong person.”

25. “The Chitauri are coming. Nothing will change that. What have I to fear?”

26. “An ant has no quarrel with a boot.”

27. “Ooh. It burns you to have come so close.”

28. “Love is a dagger. It’s a weapon to be wielded far away or up close. You can see yourself in it.”

29. “Come on. What did you expect?”

30. “It’s been a very long day, and I think I’ve had my fill of idiots in armored suits telling me what to do. So, if you don’t mind, this is actually your last chance. Now, get out of my way.”

31. “An impressive cage―not built, I think, for me.”

32. “Yes! That’s what it feels like! I’m just a huge fan of the sport.”

33. “You must be truly desperate to come to me for help.”

34. “If you’re going to Earth, you might want a guide. I do have a bit of experience in that arena.”

35. “I consider experience, experience.”

36. “Time-keepers? The Sacred timeline? Who actually believes this bunkum?”

37. “Madam, a god doesn’t plead. Look, this has been a very enjoyable pantomime, but I’d like to go home now.”

38. “I remember a shadow, living in the shade of your greatness. I remember you tossing me into an abyss, I who was and should be king!”

39. “Are you ever not going to fall for that?”

40. “Freedom is life’s great lie. Once you accept that, in your heart, you will know peace.”

41. “Born to be a king, I ask one thing in return―a front seat to watch Earth burn.”

42. “Kneel before me. I said―kneel! Is not this simpler? Is this not your natural state? It’s the unspoken truth of humanity that you crave subjugation. The bright lure of freedom diminishes your life’s joy in a mad scramble for power. For identity. You were made to be ruled. In the end, you will always kneel.”

43. “We may lose. Sometimes painfully, but we don’t die. We survive.”

44. “Hey, you wanna have a rousing discussion about truth, honor, patriotism? God bless America.”

45. “I don’t wanna hurt you. I don’t want a throne. I just―I just want you to be okay.”

46. “I could have done it, Father! I could have done it! For you! For all of us!”

47. “See you in hell, monster.”

48. “I live within whatever path I choose.”

49. “You’re not seriously thinking of going back, are you? Our sister destroyed your hammer like a piece of glass. She’s stronger than both of us. She’s stronger than you―you don’t stand a chance! Do you understand what I’m saying to you?”

50. “You know, I haven’t seen this Beloved Champion he talks of, but I’ve heard he’s astonishingly savage. I’ve placed a large wager against you tomorrow. Don’t let me down.”

51. “I’m gonna burn this place to the ground.”

52. “For the record, this really does feel like a killing-me kind of a room.”

53. “I see a scheme, and in that scheme, I see myself. We have a saying in Asgard, ‘Where there are wolf’s ears, wolf’s teeth are near.’ It means to be aware of your surroundings. Which is absurd, because my people are, by nature, gullible fools. A trait that I, the God of Mischief, exploited time and time again by simply listening. My teeth were sharp, but my ears even sharper.”

54. “So that has the Time-keepers’ seal of approval, did it?”

55. “This is so unlike you, brother. So clandestine. Are you sure you wouldn’t rather just punch your way out?”

56. “You should have left your armor on for that.”

57. “Well, I don’t like to talk.”

58. “Believe me, you can smell the cologne of two Tony Starks.”

59. “Enough! You, all of you are beneath me! I am a god, you dull creature! And I will not be bullied by Hulk.”

60. “Well done, you just decapitated your grandfather!”

61. “I have never met this man in my life.”

62. “For nearly every living thing, choice breeds shame, and uncertainty, and regret. There’s a fork in every road, yet the wrong path is always taken.”

63. “Please tell me you’re going to appeal to my humanity.”

64. “Oh, no, she’s not actually. I was adopted. Is that a bit of a spoiler for you? Sorry about that.”

65. “The idea that your little club decides the fate of trillions of people across all of existence at the behest of three space lizards? Yes, it’s funny. It’s absurd.”

66. “Is it madness? Is it? Is it? I don’t know what happened on earth to make you so soft! Don’t tell me it was that woman? Oh, it was. Well maybe, when we’re done here, I’ll pay her a visit myself!”

67. “Oh dear! Is she dead?”

68. “I’m sorry, but I’m not calling some faded photocopy of me ‘Loki.’”

69. “This place is a nightmare.”

70. “I am on the verge of acquiring everything I am owed. And when I do, it will be because I did it.”

71. “The first and most oppressive lie ever uttered was the song of freedom.”

72. “Not because it was supposed to happen. Honestly, you are pathetic. You are an irrelevance. A detour. A footnote to my ascent.”

73. “You know, it all makes sense now. Why you favoured Thor all these years. Because no matter how much you claim to love me, you could never have a Frost Giant sitting on the throne of Asgard!”

74. “You see, I only came into possession of the Tesseract because they traveled through time, no doubt in a last-ditch effort to stave off my ascent to God King.”

75. “I won’t touch Barton. Not until I make him kill you! Slowly, intimately, in every way he knows you fear! And then he’ll wake just long enough to see his good work, and when he screams, I’ll split his skull! This is my bargain, you mewling quim!”

76. “Trust is for children and dogs. There’s only one person you can trust.”

77. “Look at you, the mighty Thor, with all your strength. And what good does it do you now, huh? Do you hear me brother? There’s nothing you can do!”

78. “You ridiculous bureaucrats will not dictate how my story ends!”

79. “I’m 10 steps ahead of you. I’ve been playing a game of my own all along.”

80. “The Time-keepers have built quite the circus and I see the clowns are playing their parts to perfection.”

81. “Expect the expected. See, half the fun of being a trickster is knowing everyone knows you’re a trickster, and then, many of your tricks can come from exploding the fact that you know that they know.”

82. “Illusion-projection involved depicting a detailed image from outside oneself, which is perceptible in the external world, whereas duplication-casting entails recreating an exact facsimile of one’s own body in its present circumstance, which acts as a true holographic mirror of its molecular structure. But, uh, you already knew that.”

83. “If everything and everyone around you is destined for imminent destruction, then nothing that I say or do will matter, because the timeline’s not gonna branch. ‘Cause it gets destroyed. Hence, the Variant could be hiding in the apocalypse and do whatever he wants, and we wouldn’t know.”

84. “I don’t enjoy hurting people. I don’t enjoy it. I do it because I have to, because I’ve had to.

It’s part of the illusion. It’s the cruel, elaborate trick conjured by the weak to inspire fear.”

85. “Who actually believes this crap?”

86. “When do we start?”

87. “Give or take 5,000 years.”

88. “It’s not very Loki-like.”

89. “Now hang on just a minute!”

90. “My mind is too strong.”

91. “My choices are my own.”

92. “Little solace to a dead man.”

93. “You called me a scared little boy.”

94. “You’re so weird!”

95. “How does it all end?”

96. “Do I get a weapon?”

97. “Mock me if you dare.”

98. “Well, for one thing, I’m not Asgardian. And for another―we have a Hulk.”

99. “What could possibly go wrong?”

100. “What can I say? I’m a mischievous scamp.”

101. “No, they’re two completely different powers.”

102. “You know, things didn’t turn out so well for the last person who said that to me.”

103. “Oh, this is much better. Costume’s a bit much―so tight. But the confidence, I can feel the righteousness surging!”

104. “And you need the God of Mischief to help you stop him?”

105. “When I was young she’d do these little bits of magic for me. Like turning a flower into a frog or cast fireworks over the water. It all seemed impossible, but she told me that one day I’d be able to do it too because―could do anything.”

106. “Is that the only reason you brought us here? To kill us? I’ve lost track of the number of times I’ve been killed, so go ahead. Do your worst.”

107. “Reset charges prune the affected radius of a branched timeline, allowing time to heal all its wounds. Which by the way sounds like a nice way of saying disintegrate everything in its vicinity.”

108. “I thought perhaps we could work together. But now I see you lack vision. So, either you’ll come willingly or you won’t.”

109. “Fair enough. You believe it’s real.”

110. “She was the kinda person you’d want to believe in you.”

111. “I’d never do it again, because it got old.”

112. “To my knowledge, do a lot of people not know if they’re robots?”

113. “I would never treat me like this.”

114. “You make even the end of the world sound boring.”

115. “We’re the only ones who are actually free.”

116. “You trying to enchant me? It won’t work.”

117. “You have no idea what I’m capable of!”

118. “That no one bad is ever truly bad. And no one good is every truly good.”

119. “Brute force is no substitute for diplomacy and guile.”

120. “So everything is written. Past, present, future. There’s no such thing as free will.”

121. “How about the word of a friend?”

122. “Are you taking me somewhere to kill me?”

123. “I really don’t see what all the fuss is about.”

124. “Now you see me, brother. Did she suffer?”

125. “Only order? No chaos? It sounds boring.”

126. “I should have an equal amount of security. This is insulting!”

127. “I guess I’ll have to go it alone. Like I’ve always done. Would you say something? Say something!”

128. “It’s beautiful. Until it makes you bleed. But ultimately, when you reach for it.”

129. “I have to get off this planet.”

130. “Thor, after all this time now you come to visit me. Why? Have you come to gloat? To mock?”


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