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The Great Army 

The Great Army is gathering in Kattegat, as Lagertha is saved by Bjorn Ironside from the hands of Ragnar's sons. Rollo is establishing the kingdom of Normandie as a safe-heaven for all vikings in search for land.

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King Harald Finehair (as Peter Franzen)
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Ivar (as Alex Høgh)
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Margrethe (as Ida Marie Nielsen)
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The Great Army is gathering in Kattegat, as Lagertha is saved by Bjorn Ironside from the hands of Ragnar's sons. Rollo is establishing the kingdom of Normandie as a safe-heaven for all vikings in search for land.

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Hard to watch
12 January 2017 | by (Londong, England) – See all my reviews

Well it is still "Vikings", there's still medieval in it... Yet it is getting hard to watch when there's no glue within the chaotic situation in Kattegat. While we had Ragnar, there were way more easiness in the series, it was all about Ragnar which was just a wonderful choice to portray series like this. Now we have 5 of his children who are not so alike with their father, we have new queen Lagertha who is not as "queenish" as I imagined her to be, also we have 2 conspirators who would like to take her place and slay all of Ragnar's sons... More important I cannot find any suitable successor of Ragnar's will, his mind. Whatever Ragnar did, I was always confident in him, he kept this Vikings wheel moving forward and made the history much more interesting. As soon as he died I found an emptiness in the series. I was always skeptical about his coming end but now I am almost certain that it was bad idea to end his life like this. As I mentioned before the situation is a chaos, there's too much intrigue and nobody to control it. As far as I see there should not be anyone to replace Ragnar and my point is that the series have changed completely. Sometimes changes are good, but sometimes it's really hard to endure, especially when you create and then kill such an influential character as Ragnar Lothbrok.


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