Is Marvel’s Time Stone Green Because of Loki?
Loki it effectively rendered the importance and importance of the Infinity Stones useless in its first season. But the second season finale has trained the spotlight on one of the stones, ie, the Time Stone.
Spoilers ahead from the Loki season 2 finale as we revisit the saddest – yes, even sadder than Avengers: Endgame — the most heartbreaking MCU ending ever.
So let’s take it in stages, shall we? (Ah yes, I have the answer, you can jump straight to it or join me as I lay it out on the table)
Why is Loki tied to the Time Stone?
First, for those who are a little bamboozled by this repeated question, it came to light when the Marvel series variant Loki decided to sacrifice himself to save Mobius, Sylvie, the TVA, and every living soul in countless numbers limit of branch timelines. Using his invisibility as a God, he marched on to the glitching Temporal Loom and destroyed it, capturing the dying loom’s timelines and reviving them with his magic.
As they hunt the second he lets them go, losing the breath of life’s moments, he begins to weave a web of timelines, holding them all to himself. He takes his seat in the cosmos somewhere, decked out in an iconic green outfit – more than befitting a Timekeeper – and keeps the timelines, locking green with his magic, safe and sound.
Is Loki really the reason the Time Stone is green? Yes, it is very possible
The biggest clue? The Time Stone was first Orange in the Marvel Comics and it was change to green after his debut in the particular hue in the MCU. Feels like a very deliberate decision to me.
So, Loki now has Time to save, protect, and even manipulate if he wants, and of course, the color of the entire web of timelines that is constantly growing and also multiplying suspiciously the color of the Time Stone. Is there a connection between the two – is the stone green because it represents Loki’s magic holding the branches and realities together or is it just a coincidence?
For those who are ready to argue that there can be no connection with Loki just being the Lord of Time or the God of Stories, time is quite fluid according to the concept of the show — there is no clear beginning or end. Loki now owns time itself, and the past, the present, and all future prospects, even the dawn of time when the infinity stones came into being.
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