|Aliases||The Trickster, The Deceiver|
|Divine Rank||Intermediate God|
|Portfolio||Mischief, strife, thieves, trickery|
|Domains||3E: Chaos, Destruction, Evil, Trickery
|Home Plane||Winter's Hall (Pandemonium)|
Loki is a Norse trickster god, capable of shapeshifting.
Managed to have Thor wear a wedding dress and veil to pass himself off as Freya for part of a plan to help him get Mjolnir back (since Loki's a shapeshifter, he probably helped Thor do that solely for the Lulz rather than just pretending to be her himself).
Well-known now for causing the death of Balder and paving the path for Ragnarok for little clear reason other than to be a dick (though some interpret Freya's attempt to cause everything to swear to not harm Balder as trying to break the laws of nature [i.e. everyone can and will die no matter how much you love them] which makes Loki the sensible one), though historians to this day debate whether the Norse religion in its heyday would have portrayed Loki as much of an antagonist as the sources that have survived did (which were written when Christianity had already become the dominant religion of Scandinavia), especially since earlier tales portray him and Thor as being a buddy cop duo.
Also famous for turning himself into a mare to bang a stallion in heat to distract it and then giving birth to Odin's eight-legged horse Sleipnir, and tying his balls to a goat's beard and starting a tug-of-war contest to make Skadi laugh and set the record that non-serious male-genital harm is timelessly humorous.
|A beautiful drinking goblet containing a bubbling, boiling liquid|
|Aliases||Bozdogan, Farbautides, Lokar, The Prince of Deceit|
|Divine Rank||Eternal Immortal|
|Portfolio||deceit, change, treachery, cunning, fire, magic|
|Worshippers||people of the Northern Reaches, nation of Hule|
In the D&D setting of Mystara, Loki was a fire mage in one of the ancient Antalian tribes of the Northern Reaches. He was originally sponsored by Rathanos and planned to join the Sphere of Energy, but was corrupted by Thanatos.