Thor was pulling you through the corridors of the supreme castle with ease, you were so lost. You abruptly stopped and let go of his hand. He stared and gave you a questioning glance, which you successfully ignored and stood there.
“We must go ____(y/n), we don’t have much time” Thor said with a frown.
“You know what? I don’t care! I need to go sit down somewhere and understand what’s happening!” you said, almost sounding mean.
“Then follow me to the gardens” he coldly said and started walking ahead of you contemptuously. You felt bad for such an outburst but you were buried under the weight of your thoughts that it didn’t matter. You hoped Thor somehow understood you.
The caress of the cold breeze outside made you feel much better, you looked at your arms to see the lines that were neither progressing nor regressing. The vast gardens were such a sight as they blended together perfectly in the field. You saw plants and flowers you’d never seen; some of them reminded you of Christmas ornaments with their shiny colors. You saw Thor sitting down on a stone bench, unlike the gardens his sight was dismal. He dropped Mjölnir on the side and you went closer to him, your eyes fixed on the hammer. You curiously fixed your dress and sat down on your knees right before it. Thor viewed you with a frown. You let out your hand to its handle and embraced it, the weird sounds called to your ears like it did in the Stark tower, the hammer was dressed with many designs just like you pictured it in your memory. You couldn’t help yourself but tried to lift it—it didn’t move an inch.
“Why is it so that it’s making these weird noises and things?” you spoke, your one brow raised in question.
“That is no mischance, lady ___(y/n). A certain element flows in your blood and it’s reactive with Uru” Thor said and he fell on his knees next to you, viewing his hammer with satisfaction. You grunted.
“Thor, you realize you have to explain everything you say to me? I have no idea what Uru is or… anything Asgardian for that matter, you know? I have no idea!” you exclaimed. He chuckled felicitously.
“You are right my fair lady, forgive me” he said and drew Mjölnir in his hands like a magnet again.
“You see this?” he pointed at the flawless surface of the hammer, his hands lingering on it.
“My father forged Mjölnir in the heart of a dying star. The element it’s made of is called Uru” he smirked while watching your curious eyes that were on his companion. You looked around to the beautiful sights again and pulled yourself together in your heart to ask more questions about other details that you didn’t understand.
“Thor, how did I teleport back there when…” your voice was broken with the potent pain of remembrance. He put the Mjölnir down and turned himself to you.
“I cannot say for sure but I guess that Skadi’s spirit had taken over you in that instant. Like my father said, if you embrace her abilities you can do much more. You can teleport to any place, any realm you wish in the blink of an eye ____(y/n). This is why Thanos desperately seeks you so he can bring his army wherever he wishes” he said and got up on his feet.
“I felt betrayed…” you said and extended your hand, Thor gladly took it and pulled you up.
“That is something Skadi must have felt with Njord, evoking her feelings causes you to become less human and… more Jotun” he said and took his place on the stone bench again. You stared at him completely puzzled.
“There’s something else I don’t understand, Thor” you said and sat down next to him.
“Well, what is it my lady?” he said and positioned himself on his spot, slightly leaning towards you with much interest to hear you out.
“If Thanos could teleport me to his… ‘domain’ like you said, then why didn’t they just teleport to my house after I disappeared?” you frowned.
“Travelling between realms isn’t as simple as it may seem to you although I can understand if you thought that way, since you’re the master of such matter” he smirked, you stared at him with your annoyed narrow eyes. He smiled playfully.
“Other than Bifrost, there are only a few ways of teleportation. It can be either through dark magic or silver exits. Now I know you will not understand what those are” he said, rubbing his head.
“Of course not, I won’t” you confessed.
“There’s a reason why the universe is regarded as a tree. Yggdrasil, the tree of life, it has actual roots. These roots connect the realms and they’re mostly secret passage ways, very tough to travel on. Only a few know of their existence and certainly one is my talented brother” Thor sighed. You stared at him in wonder.
“They either couldn’t track back an exit or simply did not have enough dark magic emitted by Thanos” he stood up and looked to the archway like he expected someone.
“So what happened with Malekith or whatever his name was?” you said watching Thor’s beautiful figure standing aloof. His expression quickly becoming dark, his hand held on to Mjölnir so tightly you thought he’d crush it in his hand.
“Let us leave that to another day, the warriors three want to meet you. We need to start your training, come” Thor said and started walking away with a heavy expression. With so much information overwhelming you, you followed him back into the archway.