Thor: To be honest, seeing you grow really big and set fire to a planet would be quite the spectacle. But it looks like I'm gonna have to choose option B, where I bust out of these chains, knock that tiara off your head, and stash it away in Asgard's vault.
Surtur: You cannot stop Ragnarok. Why fight it?
Thor: Because that's what heroes do.
Thor: I've been having these terrible dreams of late. Asgard up in flames, falling to ruins. And you, Surtur, are at the center of all of them.
Surtur: Then you have seen Ragnarok, the fall of Asgard. The great prophecy...
Thor: (starts rotating) Hang on. Hang on. I'll be back around shortly. I really feel like we were connecting there. Okay, so Ragnarok. Tell me about that. Walk me through it.
Surtur: My time has come. When my crown is reunited with the Eternal Flame, I shall be restored to my full might. I will tower over the mountains, and bury my sword deep in Asgard's...
Thor: (starts rotating again) Hang on. Give it a second. I swear, I'm not even moving. It's just doing this on its own. I'm really sorry.
Thor: Now, I know what you're thinking. "Oh, no! Thor's in a cage. How did this happen?" Well, sometimes you have to get captured just to get a straight answer out of somebody. It's a long story, but basically, I'm a bit of a hero. See, I spent some time on Earth... Fought some robots, saved the planet a couple of times. Then I went searching through the cosmos for some magic, colorful Infinity Stone things. Didn't find any. That's when I came across a path of death and destruction, which led me all the way here into this cage, where I met you. (Talking to skeleton)