: This has been a question I've been brooding on
: for the last few days. Loki's powers over
: reality made it so if Thor did convince
: anyone he wasn't craze Loki could just
: adjust reality so they didn't believe him,
: but what if Thor won the battle instead of
: loosing it. What could he have done? He
: would still be public enemy #1 for killing
: so many heroes.
I am assuming that you're referring to the awesome battle in Ultimates 2 #5.
You're right, Thor would probably be perceived as public enemy #1, but there would be the other half who would argue that he was fighting in self-defense. So the story would have continued in conflict.
: He would still be unable to
: sense where Loki was allowing Loki to just
: cause more trouble. If anything that would
: have aided the Liberators. So, due to Loki
: being so much greater than Thor wad the
: Odinson doomed one way or another?
So what you're trying to say is that by Thor being defeated in that battle, Loki made it worse for himself. It would have been in Loki's advantage to win that battle.
There is some logic to that I guess. On the other hand, Loki wanted Thor out of the picture for two reasons; (1) sibling rivalry, and (2) one less person who knew the truth about Loki manipulating reality so that he can continue his mischievous acts.
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