Loki is known as the trickster, some call him the trickster God or the God of mischief and chaos, but Loki is not a God, he is a Jotun, also known as a giant. Loki is not evil, nor is he good, he lives in Asgard even though he is from Jotunheim (the land of the giants). He loves to make trouble for anyone and everyone especially for the Gods and Goddesses in Asgard. Loki is both cunning and clever and he always comes up with new ideas to annoy and bring people in the uttermost embarrassment. Loki just loves to prank people in all the ways he can think of, aslong that he think it is funny. After he brings someone in trouble with his pranks, he often saves them so he would look like the hero of the day.
Loki has an amazing ability and which is a quite useful skill for him, he is able to shape shift into almost any living being. In some separate incidents he appears in the form of a salmon, a mare, a seal, a fly, and possibly also an elderly woman. After Loki had made one prank to many for the Gods and Goddesses in Asgard, he was placed in a cave with a poisonous snake above his head. Loki’s faithful and loving wife Sigyn, stayed with Loki in the cave and held a bowl over his head to catch the poison from the snake.
Loki is the son of the giants, Farbauti and Laufey, he also has two brothers Helblinde and Býleistr. Loki is the mother of Sleipnir (yes the mother). Loki is married with Sigyn. They have two children together, Narvi and Vali. Loki has also been married with Angrboda a giantess, with her they got the three children, Hel, Fenrir Wolf, and The Midgard Serpent.