A Norse man called Beowulf shows Xena a strange padlock which reminds her of her past in the Norselands. The next morning, Xena's gone: she's travelling with Beowulf to mend some actions ... See full summary »

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Gabrielle (as Renee O'Connor)
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Brunhilda
Renato Bartolomei ...
Alexander Petersons ...
Luanne Gordon ...
Glen Levy ...
Grindl
Marama Jackson ...
Lucy Thomas ...
Second Rhein Maiden
Stephanie Bertram ...
Third Rhein Maiden
Guus De Koster ...
Merchant (as Guus de Koster)
Jonathan Blick ...
First Viking
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A Norse man called Beowulf shows Xena a strange padlock which reminds her of her past in the Norselands. The next morning, Xena's gone: she's travelling with Beowulf to mend some actions from her past, and Gabrielle decides to follow them. She finally reaches the Norselands, where she meets a woman called Brunnhilda who tells her about Xena's past as an evil valkyrie and her relationship with Odin, and how he told her where the powerful Rheingold was kept. Written by Anonymous

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The episode borrows from the old English epic "Beowulf". This story takes place in Denmark and Sweden, as well as tells the tale of the hero Beowulf fighting and killing three evil monsters: Grendel, who has been attacking a mead hall and those inside, Grendel's mother, as well as finally a dragon. See more »

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Xena: [Brunnhilda tells Gabrielle the story of Xena; a flashback of a younger Xena riding slowly through the woods is shown. Odin, the King of the Norse Gods, is heard moaning. Xena rides over to him] Whoa...
[She stops her horse to look at Odin. He is crucified on a tree. A raven is with him]
Xena: Hey, there. Who did you mess with?
Beowulf: No one is capable of doing this to me without my consent.
Xena: What kind of an idiot has himself crucified?
Beowulf: I don't wish to take part in the struggle of life anymore.
Xena: Why would you ...
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No flying horses were harmed during the making of this motion picture, although several villages were bombarded with aerial manure. See more »

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