...instead of just turning himself into a bird? I mean, he turned himself into a fly before.

  • Loki doesn't always need a reason to do something. If he did, he wouldn't be Loki, would he? ;) – yannis May 24 at 10:14
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    Hi, I see that you are new here. Could you expand the question a bit so people, who can help you, know where and what to look for? - What myth are you reffering to? (Thor's Stolen Hammer) I recommend that you read this: mythology.stackexchange.com/help/how-to-ask to know how you can improve your question. ; I would guess that since Loki went to the land of giants a form of a bird or a fly would not survive, however I am not knowledgeable in Norse mythology, so I will have to wait for a good answer with you :) – Nuloen The Seeker May 24 at 10:58
  • I am not sure , but I think and know for a fact that Norse gods are very inconsistent and you can see this in many other myths and stories . – NinjaFaraz May 25 at 16:58

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