Homebound (Pre-"Thor" Lucy story)
Asgard. Home to powerful beings, beautiful maidens, valiant warriors, and yes, even traitors. Many years after the war with the Frost Giants, a warrior and so-called friend close to the Allfather, Odin, tried to rise up against the king with dark powers that had transformed him into an evil enemy. He was a formidable opponent, but the powerful Odin was able to cast him out, banishing him out of Asgard. Before he was cast out though, Massnordore tried to take his newborn daughter with him, in hopes of training her up as she grew. But her mother, realizing that the man she had married was gone, stole away with the child. Just as Massnordore was about to catch them, Lilia sent the baby with a trusted friend to be taken to Midgard, in hopes that the baby would be safe from him for the time being. Enraged by his wife's betrayal, he struck her down. Lilia died protecting her most precious treasure.
The warrior was able to escape with the child, and in secret, he, with the help of Loki, the younger Prince of Asgard, stole away to Earth with a Transport, one of the few magical cubes that could be used to travel to different realms without using the Bifrost. Disguised as humans, the two arrived on Earth. It was snowing heavily, and no one was around that they could see. Not having much time, Loki used his magic to create a barrier that would protect the child from all evil and would keep her in an unanimated state until a person with a kind and caring heart came along and found her. It wasn't the choice that Loki would have made if he had had more time, but since the two had to get back to Asgard before Odin or Massnordore realized they had left. Leaving her protected, the warrior and the young prince returned to their home.
A thousand years passed, and through weather and civilizations, the child was buried underground, though she was safe, and still in the form of a baby. In Asgard, life went on. Massnordore was banished and hadn't made any attempts of striking back. But all of this changed in the year 1990 when a well- respected scientist was on a trip in Norway. Little did he know that he would get more than mineral samples……..