This is the thought process that might actually go in Heimdall’s mind when he is Heimdall.
Heimdall: My senses are heightened, allowing me to see and hear things that others cannot. But this also means that I am constantly bombarded by stimuli. It can be overwhelming at times, and I often long for a moment of peace and quiet.
But my duties as a guardian come first. I cannot afford to let my guard down, even for a moment. So I stand watch, day and night, rain or shine, ready to defend Asgard at a moment’s notice.
Despite the isolation and the constant demands of my role, I find solace in the knowledge that I am fulfilling a crucial function. I am the first line of defense for Asgard, and that is a responsibility that I do not take lightly.
I may not always be able to show my emotions, but that does not mean that I am not affected by them. I feel a sense of pride and purpose in my role, and I am committed to serving as the guardian of the Bifrost Bridge for as long as I am needed.
Heimdall: As the guardian of the Bifrost Bridge, it is my duty to defend Asgard and its people against all threats. Kratos is a powerful and dangerous warrior who has caused destruction and chaos in the Nine Realms. It is my responsibility to prevent him from harming anyone in Asgard or the other realms.
I have watched Kratos for many years, and I have seen the destruction he is capable of. He is driven by a fierce and uncontrollable rage, and he will stop at nothing to achieve his goals.
I cannot allow him to bring that kind of destruction to Asgard. It is my duty to protect the realm and its people, and that means standing in Kratos’ way whenever he threatens to cause harm.
I do not take this task lightly. Kratos is a formidable foe, and I know that facing him will be difficult. But I will do whatever it takes to protect Asgard and its people, even if it means putting myself in harm’s way.