At the behest of King Horik, Ragnar assembles a small party to travel to Gotaland (modern day Sweden) to resolve a land dispute with the area's leader, Jarl Borg.

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At the request of King Horik, Ragnar, his brother Rollo, son Bjorn and Floki travel to Götland to negotiate a land dispute with Jarl Borg. While awaiting word from King Horik on Borg's proposal he meets and makes love to a beautiful princess, Aslaug, but Bjorn challenges his father after he sees them. At home, Lagertha has had strange dreams and fearing for Ragnar consults the Seer who tells her that he is not in danger for his life but for the magical world. She has little time to worry however as the black plague strikes the village. Her daughter Gyda and Athelstan both fall ill as do Siggy and her daughter Thyri. Written by garykmcd

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The giant dog accompanying Aslaug when she meets Ragnar for the first time is a Malamute. See more »

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Björn, Ragnar's son (known as 'Björn Ironside' in historical accounts) was actually the son of Ragnar's 3rd wife, Aslaug, not Lagertha as depicted in this series. See more »

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Vikings End Credits Theme
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Unbelievably bad ending to the season...
10 May 2013 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

Don't get me wrong; this is a great series! But only 10 episodes in a season, combined with slow pace is strange by today's standards. Furthermore, the last episode of the season is terrible! Multiple story lines are left open. Why? They are not all that interesting. I cannot understand this at all. I hope this is not going to affect the rest of the series as the start was very promising. Having said that, I do think the story goes from left to right without any need to do so. It's all a bit, well, bland. It could be so much better! A note for the writers: if you want to know how to end a season: go watch Game of Thrones.


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