"Tell my story." "I will." "Build a statue for me." "We will build a big statue for you." "With my helmet on, with the big bendy horns." "I will tell Father what you did here today." "I didn’t do it for him."
In the play known as The Tragedy of Loki of Asgard, Thor shared a final conversation with Loki as he lied dying after the Second Battle of Svartalfheim. Loki apologized for all that he had done, including his attempted conquest of Earth and his theft of the Tesseract. They happily recalled Loki's mischievous antics, such as turning Thor into a frog, which Thor admitted was a wonderful joke. Thor declared Loki the savior of Asgard and he promised to build a statue of him and tell Odin of his heroic sacrifice. As Loki replied that he did not do it for their father and died, Thor cried out in anguish.
The actor was present during Thor's return to Asgard and witnessed him forcing Loki, who had impersonated Odin, to reveal his trickery.