Loki and Sylvie share the same soul, they are literally the soulmates, yet, they are the definition of the opposites attract.
Sylvie has the street fighting style while Loki possesses the mastered fighting skills. Sylvie could be compared to a feral cat while Loki to a witty mischievous snake. Sylvie is an introvert while Loki is an extrovert. Compare Sylvie's practicality to Loki's extravagance, Sylvie's anger to Loki's calm... Sylvie is a moon to Loki's sun.
You just know people would go crazy for this pairing if they were not biphobic misogynists.
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Broke: Natalie Holt called the Sylki kiss soundtrack 'Stop' because she hates Sylki.
Woke: *Tom Hiddleston voice* People in love often speak of time stopping when they first catch that jolting glance of their paramours, as if our brain, perhaps even the universe, is telling us "Your life is forever changed."
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You know when exactly i was first captivated by Sylki? When Loki saw Sylvie's real form for the first time and then followed her thought the door.
I thought to myself, wait, why such a buildup? It was full of tension and anticipation. These two were the focus in that concrete sequence of the events, yes, but the narrative clearly wanted to establish something there. It hinted that, from now on, these two will be the main focus throughout the series itself.
But if we are being more precise, this was established from the episode 1. Loki was brought in to catch Sylvie. It was all about Loki finding Sylvie from the very start.
Loki was looking for a Loki Variant in S1. His interest was impersonal at that point. It would make sense if Loki keeps on looking for Sylvie as an independent individual who means something to him, not as the variant, in S2 while Sylvie herself manages to find who she truly is and that she is more than just a role given to her.
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