Hey guys! I would like to start by apologising to Marvel, i keep forgetting to say this, so i'll do it now. I DON'T OWN MARVEL! i only own Zelda.
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"I don't like it." Rogers said.

"What? Rock of Ages giving up so easily?" Stark asked.

"I don't remember it being this easy." Rogers explained. "This guy packs a wallop."

"Still, you are pretty spry for an older fellow." Stark changed the subject. "What's your thing? Pilates?"

"What?" Rogers asked.

"It's like calisthenics. You might have missed a couple of things, you know, doing time as Capsicle."

"Fury didn't tell me he was calling you in." I said, finally seeing that his ego is as big as the Frost Giants.

"Yeah, there are a lot of things Fury doesn't tell you." Stark answered.

Outside, thunder and lightning shook the jet. Loki and I sent nervous glances to each other, knowing what was about to happen.

"Where's this coming from?" Tasha asked.

"What's the matter?" Rogers asked Loki. "Scared of a little lightning?"

"I'm not overly fond of what follows." He answered.

Something landed on the roof of the jet, shaking us a little. When door opened, a figure I recognised all too well, grabbed Loki, and flew out.

"Now there's that guy." Stark said.

"Another Asgardian?" Tasha asked.

"Think the guy's a friendly?" Rogers asked before I could answer.

"Doesn't matter." Stark answered again before I could. "If he frees Loki or kills him, the Tesseract's lost."

Stark pulled his helmet on and jumped out with Rogers protesting.

"I'd sit this one out, Cap." Tasha recommended.

"I don't see how I can." Rogers answered, pulling on a parachute.

"We come from legends, we're basically gods." I explained.

I burst into flame and transformed into my armour, much to everyone's shock. I took a run and jumped out of the jet.

"There's only one god, ma'am." I heard Rogers say. "And I'm pretty sure he doesn't dress like that. Though I sure wish he did."

I flew off at top speed towards Loki, who was waiting for me.

"I believed you would come looking for me." Loki greeted me as I landed and put out the flames.

"Of course I would look for you brother." I approached him. "I wanted to make sure that not only did you not escape, but Thor had not injured you too badly."

"Thank you for your concern, but there was really no need." Loki smiled mischievously.

"Where is the Tesseract Loki?" I demanded.

"I have sent it off I know not where." He answered.

"Listen well brother-"I started.

A shockwave hit us, sending us backwards. I quickly leapt up and flew to the three men standing in a triangle.

"Are we done here?" I demanded.

"Zelda, it's good to see you again." Thor said.

"You to brother." I replied. "I see you have not injured Loki too badly."

"He would heal."

"And I would burn you."

"He really grows on you, doesn't he?" Banner asked.

"Loki's gonna drag this out." Steve deducted. "So, Thor, what's his play?"

"He has an army called the Chitauri." Thor explained.

"The Chitauri!" I demanded, shocked.

"Who are the Chitauri?" Tasha asked.

"They're not of Asgard or any world known." I explained. "If Loki truly is in league with them, he will lead their army against the Midgardians. They will help him win the earth, in return, I suspect, for the Tesseract."

"An army? From outer space?" Steve asked, not believing.

"So he's building another portal." Banner concluded. "That's what he needs Erik Selvig for."

"Selvig?" Thor demanded.

"He's an astrophysicist." Banner said offhandedly.

"He's a friend." Thor answered.

"Loki has him under some kind of spell, along with one of ours." Tasha explained.

"I wanna know why Loki let us take him." Steve said. "He's not leading an army from here."

"I don't think we should focusing on Loki." Banner decided. "That guy's brain is a bag full of cats. You could smell crazy on him."

"I don't care for how you speak." I snapped.

"Loki is beyond reason, but he is of Asgard, and he's our brother." Thor agreed.

"He killed eighty people in two days." Tasha deadpanned.

"He's adopted." Thor concluded.

"Iridium, what did they need the Iridium for?" Banner changed the subject.

"It's a stabilizing agent." Stark said, making a grand entrance. "Means the portal won't collapse on itself, like it did at SHIELD." As he walked past Thor and I, he tapped Thor's upper arm. "No hard feelings, Point Break. You've got a mean swing. Also, it means the portal can open as wide, and stay open as long, as Loki wants." He now changed his attention the crew. "Uh, raise the mid-mast, ship the top sails. That man is playing Galaga! Thought we wouldn't notice. But we did." He then covered his eye. "How does Fury do this?"

"He turns." Hill answered.

"Well, that sounds exhausting." He sighed, before going al science-y again. "The rest of the raw materials, Agent Barton can get his hands on pretty easily. Only major component he still needs is a power source. A high energy density, something to kick start the cube."

"When did you become an expert in thermonuclear astrophysics?" Hill asked.

"Last night." Stark answered. "The packet, Selvig's notes, the Extraction Theory papers. Am I the only one who did the reading?"

"Does Loki need any particular kind of power source?" Steve asked.

"He would have to heat the cube to a hundred and twenty million Kelvin just to break through the Coulomb barrier." Banner began.

"Unless, Selvig has figured out how to stabilize the quantum tunnelling effect." Stark continued.

"Well, if he could do that he could achieve Heavy Ion Fusion at any reactor on the planet." Banner finished.

"Finally, someone who speaks English." Stark sighed.

"Is that what just happened?" I asked.

"It's good to meet you, Dr Banner." The two 'men of science' shook hands. "You're work on anti-electron collisions is unparalleled. And I'm a huge fan of the way you lose control and turn into an enormous green rage monster."

"Thanks." Banner said sheepishly.

"Dr Banner is only here to track the cube. I was hoping you might join him." Fury strode in.

"Let's start with that stick of his." Steve decided. "It may be magic, but it works an awful lot like a HYDRA weapon."

"I don't know about that, but it is powered by the cube." Fury agreed. "And I'd like to know how Loki used it to turn two of the sharpest men I know into his personal flying monkeys."

"I do not understand." Thor and I said at the same time.

"I do! I understood that reference." Steve said happily.

"Shall we play, doctor?" Stark asked Banner, ignoring Steve.

"Let's play some." He agreed.

As the two men left, I took Thor's hand and lead him to my quarters. When I closed the door, I turned to my brother.

"I missed you greatly." I hugged him.

"I missed you to." He hugged back.

"Why did Loki do it?" I asked.

"I do not believe he was fully in control of his actions." Brother replied.

"What do you mean?"

"I believe he may have the same mind control over his that Selvig has."

"His eyes were blue, instead of green."

"Then we have a basis in our theory."

"I doubt anyone except mother will agree."

"But we believe. That is all that matters."


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