Loki's Staff

The ability to wield Loki's staff

Used by Loki the Norse god of trickery, mischief, and evil, it allows you to create illusions. The only way you can obtain this is by going through a difficult maze full of riddles. Good with Thor's Hammer.
  • The good:
  • 1. Let's you create illusions
  • 2. Good weapon
  • 3. Good with Thor's Hammer.
  • The bad:
  • 1. You can trick yourself at times
  • 2. It's not able to trick those who have really strong minds(like superhumanly smart)

Created by A6eb412036d6d7f753525f4b315e745d Nighthawk615 on January 3, 2011


Nobody possesses this superpower yet.

Superpower Statistics

Total score: 51%

Times preferred: 59

Times rejected: 56

Total comparisons: 115

Last compared at: August 30, 2015 at 12:51 am

A6eb412036d6d7f753525f4b315e745d Nighthawk615 on 1/7/2011 at 11:40 am

Exactly. It's OK dryad i was just pointing it out

B7e8937dbf367461cea8c73edf6b58b8 jester_of_God on 1/6/2011 at 3:24 pm

Oh I like those ones, yuki onna's a bit depressing, by the way why don't we make a power based off of the dog monkey from aztec/mayan legends that has five humanoid hands and plucks the eyes teeth and fingernails off of it's prey....Yeah legends are tough, but they repeat themselves alot for each civilization, I've recently been refreshing myself on the monsters from legends by alphabetical order, so far I've only covered about a quarter of most of them.

13e22c74a32818da30b90e6867656331 Dryad on 1/6/2011 at 3:04 pm

Probably. But I am also trying to memorize Japanese, Greek, Indian, Native American, etc. mythologies at the same time. Do you know how many names there are? Like yuki-onna, Shiva, Gaia, Quetzalcoatl, Amun-Ra, etc.

A6eb412036d6d7f753525f4b315e745d Nighthawk615 on 1/6/2011 at 2:19 pm

Wring dryad thursday comes from Thor not tyr you are thinking of tuesday

13e22c74a32818da30b90e6867656331 Dryad on 1/4/2011 at 6:07 pm

Also where we get Tyr's Day (Thursday) and Frey(j)a's Day (Friday). You could also utilize Forseti or Heimdall or Hel or Njord or Skadi. I think it was either Baldr or Forseti who died due to the sprig of ivy. One of the two.

A6eb412036d6d7f753525f4b315e745d Nighthawk615 on 1/4/2011 at 5:01 pm

Listen there are many ways to pronounce, spell, and use with Norse mythology. Odin was also called Woden which is where Wednesday comes from

B7e8937dbf367461cea8c73edf6b58b8 jester_of_God on 1/4/2011 at 4:59 pm

Fenris is an abreviation of Fenrisulfr which was another one of his names.

A6eb412036d6d7f753525f4b315e745d Nighthawk615 on 1/4/2011 at 4:59 pm

Yup did Mjolnir. Ooh the sprig thing i like.

13e22c74a32818da30b90e6867656331 Dryad on 1/4/2011 at 4:43 pm

It's Fenrir not Fenfris, Jester. The ribbon is Glepnir. You could always try making one based on the sprig that killed Baldr if I recall correctly or maybe Brisingamen or Slepnir or Gungnir or Mjolnir... Wait... You already did Mjolnir...

A6eb412036d6d7f753525f4b315e745d Nighthawk615 on 1/4/2011 at 3:59 pm

Actually not bad idea there. I'm doing all this stuff then going to make a power to finish it off using everything i made that has to do with Norse mythology.