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The plotting is adequate but not very clever: Loki, for instance, undermines Thor (and gets him banished) by persuading him to pay the Frost Giants a visit, thus incurring the wrath of Odin -- but does it really make sense for Loki himself to come along on this suicide mission, even if he's bettered the odds by making sure Odin knows about it?
Just as Odin's son Thor is to become king ahead of his brother Loki, the Frost Giants make a return and Thor wants to fight back, against his father's wishes, and as punishment is cast out of Asgard and down to earth as a mortal.
One legend holds that while Ymir slept, a man and woman grew out of his left arm and sons from his feet, thus generating the race of frost giants. A more popular account is that when Odin and his two brothers,
He acts first and thinks later, endangering the lives of his companions in a suicidal attack on the Frost Giants.
Cocky god Thor threatens the uneasy alliance between his people in Asgard and the Frost Giants when he attacks their realm.
Forced to entertain themselves, they begin to tell the tale of Jack Frost, the most terrifying of the Frost Giants. But as the story takes a shocking twist, they discover they should have heeded the early warnings to "beware the ice".
The Frost Giants of Jotunheim were the first enemies of the god while in "Thor: The Dark World," Thor combats the Dark Elves and Malekith.
He acts first and thinks later, endangering the lives of his trusty companions Volstagg (Ray Stevenson), Sif (Jaimie Alexander), Hogun (Tadanobu Asano) and Fandral (Joshua Dallas) by launching a suicidal attack on the Frost Giants led by the menacing Laufey (Colm Feore).