Does a man have a charming wife whom he does not treat as one should treat a white Aryan woman? Loki persuades him that since his wife is charming, he must be a great seducer. The man attributes Freyja's blessing to his ego, and begins to multiply his adventures, each one (obviously) more disappointing and creepy than the last - without realizing that men much better than him take advantage of it to seduce his neglected wife. She finally divorces him. In the best of cases, the man will end up pathetic, tangled up in a filthy pudding, with memories of sordid bedtimes to veil his regrets.
Does a mediocre man make a sudden fortune, which he uses to the detriment of the race? Loki blows at the parvenu the certainty that he is, "by birth," and, so to speak, intrinsically part of the Golden Circle. He pushes him to try to imitate the members of our old families, who play with life and money with a flippancy that he will never have. Soon, his non-renewable assets are gone - and since they were the only interest he had in his person, the mediocre ends up alone, burned and poor - with the impression of having " lived the high life ", when he has only momentarily seen it shine a little closer than his fellow men.
The impact of the Wotan-Loki Pact can be seen not only in the whole of a destiny, but also in certain more specific misadventures. The basic rule is always the same: Loki takes the rare sins of those that Wotan has in his nose (I say "rare" because in general, these people hate themselves, and therefore have very few of these inclinations), and then gives them more than they hoped for, transforming a simple personal gratification into selfish gratification.
For example - "At least we have good weather! "said the lambda to his friends one day of unbearable heat wave. Most people can never be hot enough, since as good Helheimers they are essentially dead and cold. Like all insects, they need warmth. Summer is such an egalitarian season, isn't it... so collective... so negro, in short... The thermometer rises to 45°, they are all completely dumbfounded by the temperature, ridiculous in shorts and flip-flops, happy to live momentarily in Somali...
Do they want sex, or some similar rewards? Loki gives them high hopes. He promises them unforgettable delights, knowing that once they get what they want, they won't want it anymore. Unaccustomed to receiving love or attention, the Helheimers would be unable to tell what these things look like or what to do with them. If Wotan wants to curse them, he sends them love in the form of a particularly assiduous companion - nothing is more annoying, more embarrassing, than unwanted attention. When the mediocre laments that he hasn't found love, and Wotan wants to torture him, he asks Loki to push into his arms a woman whose mediocrity is only waiting for her to leave...
Loki, as we know, excels in the art of pointing out the incompetence of others. It is even his function in the Council of Twelve, before which we will all appear at the end of our lives. In the meantime, rather than making those he hates feel his ferocity, Wotan instructs Loki to flatter their non-existent capacities. In this way, the God of Lies boosts their egos, continually threatened by the competitive manners of their peers. If they can sing a song, and badly, Loki tells them that they are great singers - they leave by slapping each other on the chest, and the video in which they think they are "discovering" their "talent" becomes the laughing stock of YouTube - this experience traumatizes them forever, and Wotan punishes their presumption.
If they want power, Loki stimulates their fantasies of wannabe leaders. He knows they'll bite: it's unmistakable with the Aryans. As their anti-charisma forbids them to ever hope to recruit the slightest partisan, they try to steal those of a Jarl (IE of a man whose Theme is to be leader): this is where their true nature as chicken thieves is revealed. At best, the wannabe siphons off the kind of disciples the Jarl does not want. Then he gets stuck with them. The Jarl is relieved, the wannabe and his thralls kill each other... By offering the former an authority (albeit very temporary), Wotan and Loki have given him more than he expected.
These are just a few of the machinations Loki uses to rot, according to the terms of his pact, the lives of those whom Wotan does not love. There are many others. All of them have one thing in common: ruining the victim by appearing to offer him a reward. Cruel, you say? And yet this is how the gods are sometimes. Besides, why not?Wotan knows what kind of ungrateful little cretin can be the "young white male" - ready to betray his gods, his brothers and his ancestors, the first Jew who messianizes, the first tyrant who frowns, the first pretty negro ass who comes.