"My brother, Loki, is not actually related to me." Thor admits.
Laufey's reaction becomes quizzical. The scenery is snowy-white, suspenseful, and cold.Thor is wearing a big coat made for him.Thor did not seem bothered by the weather in this realm much like Loki except on a different scale because he's so determined. The god of thunder had determination much like Odin in his younger years but not wise.It may seem unwise but Thor has lied he was the one who allowed Laufey's men into Asgard.
"What do you mean?" Laufey asks.
"Loki is your son." Thor said, as the two frost giants across from him share a unsure glance to each other.
Laufey gets up from his ice-sharp throne then walks down to Thor. He puts down his mighty big and long spear staff land on the tip frosty-snow that covered a dark gray surface.The two frost Giants seemed wary of Thor.
"My son wouldn't be an Asgardain." Laufey said, with a growl in his voice.
"I saw you didn't burn his arm off." Thor acknowledges.
Laufey walks around the shorter Asgardian. Laufey eyes at the young Asgardian who seemed 'prepared' and 'dark'; the one people would associate to Loki in a different reality. Things here in this universe is much different from what most people are familiar to.Thor's grip on the Mjolnir tightens at the handle. Thor had no idea if his plan would surely work with what he has in mind to use Laufey.
"I am surprised." Laufey stops across from Thor. "That the god who wields the title of thunder, has gained intelligence."
Thor relaxes feeling a sense of comfort he's been admired for his cunning intelligence.
"I am the smart one." Thor said, looking up to Laufey, "Loki is the oaf."
We can see Laufey's chilling breath in the cold freezing atmosphere.
"Why are you here?" Laufey asks, drawing his forward the staff at Thor. "Answer me, boy."
"Opportunity." Thor said, turning his head towards the tall blue and armored frost giant. "You kill Odin; I give back . . ." He looks down as though actually needing time to pick a word that would suit the teseract's position. "Your planet's source of glory."
Laufey smiles and then nods at the two guards.
"What about Loki?" Laufey asks.
"He's been taken care of." Thor said.
Laufey's eyebrows met each each other.
"What about his mother?" Laufey asks.
The two frost giant guards leave them to their discussion.
"I don't know who she is." Thor said.
Laufey puts his both of his hands on the staff and shook his head, sadly.
"Vernetia." Laufey said, fondly. "We had to use dark magic so we can have moments together. You must understand." He creates a sculpture of a woman about Frigga's height with braided hair and a helmet similar to Loki's. The much taller blue and armored frost giant sighs as he puts down his hand. "It wasn't easy when being capable of killing an Asgardian."
"I. . ." Thor is virtually stunned. "Thought his mother was a mortal."
The look on Laufey's face easily read 'She's gone' as he briefly lowered it away from Thor's view.
"No." Laufey said. "She was an Asgardian." He walks back to his throne then sat on it. "A good friend of your mother." He still held the staff. "If we can come to a agreement about this arrangement . . . .Perhaps we can help each other."
Thor raise an eyebrow at him, suggestively.
"No one knows I am here." Thor said. "I wouldn't push my luck with this plan you've got in mind."
Laufey laughs while rubbing the side of his forehead.
"You've got me." Laufey said, tapping on the arm of his throne. "Do tell. Did your 'brother' get in trouble for your mess?" Thor explains Loki's predicament. After Thor had explained to him the deal with Loki's powers and status from Asgard; Laufey's back met the cold soft part of his throne. "You have my permission to let his frost-giant powers run amok."
Thor is virtually stunned, again.
"I am not allowed to go overboard on my father's . . ."
"Your father will be dead soon." Laufey interrupts Thor. "A child will not always remain innocent." Laufey noted on a well known phrase as he lifts his head up towards the shorter Asgardian. If you want to remain king then you must make necessary . . ." Laufey taps on his staff then he glances to Thor. "And Inconvenient decisions."
"So." Thor said. "I can get in the way of him learning love?"
"Yes," Laufey said. "Shiny man in thunder armor."
"Did you . . ." Thor asks, a little confused if he heard Laufey right.
"Yes, god of thunder." Laufey tells him, with a amused grin. He definitely is Loki's father. "I've mocked you."