WARREN WORTHINGTON III ✖ CHOOSE YOUR AGE ✖ CHOOSE YOUR DYNAMIC ✖ FINN JONES ✖ OPEN
ANNA MARIE ✖ CHOOSE YOUR AGE ✖ CHOOSE YOUR DYNAMIC ✖ ANNA PAQUIN ✖ OPEN
I FINALLY got back onto Tumbler after life's mitigating circumstances. Hoping and praying a possible opening for Tony Stark is available or will be in the future?
Unfortunately, Tony Stark has already been claimed. There are however, an abundance of characters that you could choose from should you wish to apply for someone else. :)
Please help us welcome Rogue to Stark Tower!
LOKI LAUFEYSON ✖ ANCIENT (LATE TWENTIES) ✖ FLUID ✖ TOM HIDDLESTON | EVA GREEN ✖ CLOSED
It is held in the historical archives of both Earth and Asgard that a great age of ice once plagued the realm of Midgard for centuries, rolling plains converting into tundra and oceans freezing to merciless sheets at the will of the conquering forces of Jötunheim. With the Jötunn empire reaching the height of its power in these moments, Bor Burison, first King and architect of Asgard, made the decision to intervene, a war sparking between the Frost Giants and the Aesir with Midgard as the battlefield. At the head of the opposing armies were the Jötunn monarchs Laufey and Farbauti who, in midst of the conflict, gave birth to a son and heir called Loki, son of Laufey.
Born exceedingly small to the standards of the Jötunn, Loki was hidden away as to protect the war-time dignity of Laufey and Farbauti, the two unable to afford to present the tiny child lest their failure to produce a worthy heir compromise the strength of their kingdom’s unity. Soon following, Laufey was slain at the hands of Bor, effectively ending the war and marking the final days of the Glacial Age. Farbauti, although badly wounded from combat, sought to hold her hidden child once more in her arms before her death, attempting to flee from the slaughterers of Asgard. Failing to reach Loki before she succumbed to her wounds, she only succeeded in leading Bor to the hidden location where the heir of Jötunhein laid sleeping.
Bor did not slay the child, instead offering both mercy and a plot alongside it. With hopes that the raising of Loki would bring about a permanent peace between Jötunn and Aesir, he carried the child on the return trip to Asgard as a spoil of war. Granting Loki as a gift to his son, Odin, and his wife, Frigga Freyrdottir, with the instructions that the boy be raised both a royal son of Asgard and brother to Thor Odinson, the future King of Asgard, Bor ensured that the temporary peace between realms would remain before he died. Entirely reluctant but unwilling to disobey his father’s final order, Odin accepted Loki into his family but never into his heart.
Clint Barton - Loki knows the Hawk better than all others on Midgard and throughout the Nine Realms; he has been inside the other’s mind, torn it apart, pieced it backed together, and operated it. He has seen memories known by none else and there is no secret Clint has that Loki does not know. Hawkeye was Loki’s greatest asset within S.H.I.E.L.D. and, although the other has found himself free of the Tesseract’s influence, Loki would greatly lament should the information his caged bird provided ever cease to be unintentionally helpful.
Natasha Romanoff - It would bring him great pleasure to encounter such a talented liar once more as so few exist who can manage to trick the trickster as she had done. Loki would very much like the opportunity to dissect her as he had done her Hawk, but all must be done in time and with great patience. He will undoubtedly get his chance to repay her for her efforts when the time is right and his hand has been dealt. She won’t be able to resist coming after him at which point he will have won.
CHARLES XAVIER ✖ SEVENTY-THREE (TWENTY-FIVE) ✖ OMEGA | ALPHA ✖ JAMES MCAVOY | SIR PATRICK STEWART ✖ CLOSED
Charles Xavier dedicated his life to a dream of peaceful cohabitation betweenhomo sapiens and homo sapiens superior. The world proved too cruel for idealism, and by the time he died, his dream had become tarnished by blood, hypocrisy, betrayal, and the endless, slow genocide of the mutant race. Despite this, he never fully surrendered to bitterness or sorrow. Hope has always been his most enduring feature.
He died last summer at the hands of a former student. The psychic attack scattered his mind and the lifeless body left behind was buried with honor at the school he had founded. As far as most people are concerned, Charles Xavier’s story ended there… however, for a strong telepath, a psychic attack, even one powerful enough to divorce mind from body, is not the end. The essence of Charles Xavier has accumulated within the mind of a formerly comatose survivor of the Genosha attack.
Since then, he has been helping the small, ragged group on Genosha rebuild and recover under the name of Shepherd, a young, idealistic, and intelligent psychic. He is amnesiac, but more of his memories are returning every day. Eventually, word reached SHIELD of a telepath of great power living on Genosha, whose appearance closely coincides with Xavier’s death.
Bobby and Warren: Two of Charles’s first students. Of all his scattered memories, those of the Institute’s early days are the most complete, so he’s most likely to recognize these two. Like with all mutants that he’s ever called his students, he feels deeply protective of them. They are his responsibility, family, and pack.
Erik: Occasionally Charles’ greatest friend, occasionally Charles’ greatest enemy, his memories of Erik are so varied and conflicting that he doesn’t know what to think of the man. He hopes that if he were ever to meet Erik now, that they could be on good terms.