Locked deep away in the dungeons of Asgard sits Asgard's treacherous Prince and God of Mischief Loki, he surely has been broken, nobody seems to care for him anymore except for his mother who always makes sure that he is doing well, but really how well can he do being locked away inside this glass prison with others watching him mocking him. His green eyes filled with pain and sorrow, deep down he regrets all that he has done but that doesn't matter, nobody will ever give him a chance to prove that he has changed. He has begged and pleaded that he is different now, that if he is let out he will not go against his family and Asgard again.
But the truth is does he really want to change? What would be the point? Loki sighs deeply reading a book that his mother provided, his dark hair falls in his face and he brushes it back with his hand. He doesn't look the same anymore, his skin is quite pale and his hair is quite a mess. It would seem that he's lost all hope, he doesn't sleep that much anymore and even if he does it's only for a short while.
But all of that is about to change, he stands up as guards approach his prison and opens it up, has his pleading actually worked? Loki is led to the throne room where Odin sits, he tells his fallen son that he is giving him a chance, but if he betrays him again he will be sent back to prison or worse.
Can this actually be true? Loki bows and walks to his room which on his mother's request has remained the same, he falls down on his bed staring up at the ceiling, does it ever feel good to be back in his own room again.