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Son of the giant [[Laufey]], Loki was accepted as part of the [[Aesir]] by [[Odin]]. His schemes included cutting [[Sif]]'s hair; siring [[Fenrir]], [[Hela]] and [[Jormungand]] with [[Angrboda]]; the birth of [[Sleipnir]]; and the theft of [[Andvari]]'s ring.
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Son of the giant Laufey, Loki was accepted as part of the Aesir by [[Odin]]. His schemes included cutting Sif's hair; siring [[Fenrir]], Hela and [[Jormungand]], and stealing [[Andvari]]'s ring. He was bound for causing the death of Balder.
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He was bound by the gods after causing the death of [[Balder]].
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==''Appears In''==
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==''Appears in''==
* [[Final Fantasy III]] as [[Loki Harp]]
* [[Final Fantasy III]] as [[Loki Harp]]
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* [[Final Fantasy IV]] as [[Loki's Lute]] (Advance Version)
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* [[Final Fantasy IV]] as [[Loki's Lute]] (Advance/complete)
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* [[Final Fantasy IV: The After Years]] as [[Loki]]'s Harp
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* [[Dissidia: Final Fantasy]] as [[Loki]]'s Harp
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* [[Dissidia Duodecim: Final Fantasy]] as Loki's Harp
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* [[Final Fantasy Dimensions]] as Loki's Lute
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* [[Seiken Densetsu III]] as [[Loki]]
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* [[Heroes of Mana]] as [[Loki]]
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* [[Valkyrie Profile 2: Silmeria]] as [[Loki]]
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* [[Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth]] as [[Loki]]
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* [[Last Remnant]] as [[Loki]]
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* [[Final Fantasy Legend III]] as [[Loki]]
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* [[Lord of Vermilion 2]] as [[Loki]]
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== Related articles ==
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* [[Andvari]]
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* [[Fenrir]]
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* [[Jormungand]]
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* [[Odin]]
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* [[Laevatein]]
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[[Category:Germanic, Norse]]
[[Category:Germanic, Norse]]

Revision as of 15:56, 9 February 2016

Son of the giant Laufey, Loki was accepted as part of the Aesir by Odin. His schemes included cutting Sif's hair; siring Fenrir, Hela and Jormungand with Angrboda; the birth of Sleipnir; and the theft of Andvari's ring.

He was bound by the gods after causing the death of Balder.

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