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Thistil Mistil Kistil is a fantasy webcomic by Sarah Schanze.
The recently deceased Coal must complete a Quest for the gods in order to gain acceptance into Valhalla, but he needs to track down the trickster Loki and get his help. No easy task when the god is the reason for his troubles in the first place.
Meanwhile a slave girl, Hedda, is threatened with Human Sacrifice after her master dies.
- Attempted Rape
- Badass Damsel: Hedda is hardly a warrior woman, but escapes on her own power.
- Berserk Button
- The Berserker
- Constantly Curious: Loki's children.
- Cool Boat: Rollo
- Cunning Like a Fox: Loki takes this form.
- Damsel in Distress: Hedda
- Dead to Begin With: Coal
- Deliberately Monochrome
- Due to the Dead: Coal minds if you go after his mother's grave goods.
- The Dulcinea Effect: Coal's explanation of why he rescued Hedda is not very coherent.
- Evil Uncle: Coal's real ones
- Eyes of Gold - The Valkyries and Freyr
- Girls Have Cooties: Coal's most strenuous objection to taking Hedda with them.
- Groin Attack
- Hair of Gold: Sigyn fills the full type.
- Happily Married - Loki and Sigyn.
- Honorary Uncle: Loki describes himself as Coal's uncle. Plus there is one in his Backstory.
- Human Sacrifice
- In the Back
- In the Blood
- It Was a Gift: How Coal explains a possession to the gods.
- The Lost Woods
- Meet Cute - Apparently subverted between Loki and Sigyn
- Moral Myopia
- Odd-Shaped Panel
- Ominous Fog
- Our Ghosts Are Different
- Owl Be Damned: One of Loki's forms.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning - Coal's berserker eyes
- Royal Blood
- Speech Bubbles
- Speechbubbles Interruption
- Thicker Than Water
- Trickster Archetype - Loki
- Ungrateful Bastard
- Visible Silence
- Vampire Invitation: Loki's valley is supposed to work like this.
- Voluntary Shapeshifting
- Written Sound Effect