This is the guy who, in the comics, chewed out for sitting back and doing nothing, then when the Allfather assumed he was asking for divine intervention, he retorted brilliantly. I want your workshop." He has depth that is a lot of fun to explore. He's like an Asgardian (or technically, a Jotun) Hannibal Lecter, with a more sympathetic side.
That and while I am nowhere near as smart and have had a far better home life, I can empathise with him on a number of levels. And that latter part is arguably what makes him so dangerous. It's very easy to like him, because he's warm, open and a very smiley personality.
If I disappear suddenly, more likely than not, I am doing an essay of some sort or my dissertation.3.All he did was make him madder, faster - and he has a lot of repenting to do. He also manages to identify each of the Nine Realms in images from Hubble by sight, which is pretty damn impressive.He's warm, heroic, loyal, clever (by ordinary human standards) and fair.As for me, my good friend militaryhistory said: This layering of things does, occasionally, get to the point where I get obsessed with my own cleverness, but I try to avoid that.If I suddenly stop writing, it's not that I've necessarily abandoned the story, it's more that I've written later bits and got distracted."- Dalek Thay"This is obvious."- Cyber Unit 1066/1065.