"It’s an interesting play. What’s it called?""The Tragedy of Loki of Asgard. The people wanted to commemorate him." ―Thor and "Odin"[src] The Tragedy of Loki of Asgard was a play about the "death" of Loki during the Second Battle of Svartalfheim. History "Loki, my boy... 'Twas many moons ago I found you on a frost-bitten battlefield. On that day, I did not yet see in you Asgard's savior. No. You were merely a little blue baby icicle that melted this old fool's heart." ―Odin (Fiction)[src] While ruling Asgard in the guise of Odin, Loki commissioned a play about his false death during the Second Battle of Svartalfheim. In 2017, Loki was attending a performance of the play when Thor returned from Muspelheim and exposed his deception. Trivia When "Loki" is confessing his past misdeeds, he apologizes for transforming "Thor" into a frog. This is a reference to the toad Throg, whom Thor first met after being turned into a frog by Loki. References ↑ Thor: Ragnarok Retrieved from "https://marvelcinematicuniverse.fandom.com/wiki/The_Tragedy_of_Loki_of_Asgard?oldid=1067324" Categories: Items Thor: Ragnarok Items In-Universe Media Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.