Who: Thor, Sif, Loki, Valkyrie. When: presently What: New Asgard council meeting. Rating: likely green
It was that time of the month once again. New Asgard's bi-weekly council meeting was held in the City Hall. It was a single-story brick building at the heart of the village, blending in perfectly with the houses around it. The open double doors offered a view of the harbor and the sea beyond.
Inside was a far cry from the council chambers of Asgard, or what they were accustomed to inside the New York warehouse. There was nothing opulent about the scene. Folding tables were arranged in a blocky U shape, and there were several folding chairs to sit on. Everything was a drab brown or steely grey, set against the backdrop of beige walls. In a far corner, pushpins held up copies of various 'Village Events.' The bakers provided a variety of sweet or savory pastries, to be accompanied by coffee and tea. Purposefully keeping things drab rather than opulent helped maintain that this sleepy village was as mundane as the rest of the planet...even if King Thor, God of Thunder, was holding court from the middle table.
Loyal Sif sat to one side of the King and Prince Loki on the other, waiting with pen in hand to write the meeting notes. An empty chair was next to Loki, where the Valkyrie would sit. Along the other two tables were townspeople of note. Torgun the Chief Scheduler, and Lady Agatha, the royal housekeeper. Brandr, who was the chosen representative of the collective Artisan Guild. Eir of the Healing House. Korg the Kronan and his Sakaaran friend, Miek.
There were a few topics to discuss. Loki looked to Thor first, wondering if his brother wanted to speak first or if he would open the floor to someone else.
After trying to burn holes into the side of Thor's skull with an intense stare, Loki scribbled a note onto a slip of paper. He discreetly slid it over, his hand bumping Thor's elbow to get his attention.
Upon that paper was written: Far be it for me to point this out, your highness, but perhaps you should call this meeting to order?