History Series / Vikings

21st Mar '17 4:35:49 AM BoredMe
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** Incidentally, [[NotSoDifferent do note how similar the Uppsala temple is to the stage churches of Norway.]]

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** Incidentally, [[NotSoDifferent do note how similar the Uppsala temple is to the stage stave churches of Norway.]]
21st Mar '17 4:34:59 AM BoredMe
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** Incidentally, [[NotSoDifferent do note how similar the Uppsala temple is to the stage churches of Norway.

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** Incidentally, [[NotSoDifferent do note how similar the Uppsala temple is to the stage churches of Norway.]]
21st Mar '17 4:33:38 AM BoredMe
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** Incidentally, [[NotSoDifferent do note how similar the Uppsala temple is to the stage churches of Norway.
21st Mar '17 4:27:32 AM BoredMe
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* SecretTestOfCharacter: Earl Haraldson offers his wife to one of his spies. The man accepts, so the Earl has him executed. It's presented as an example of the Earl's villainous paranoia.

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* SecretTestOfCharacter: Earl Haraldson offers his wife to one of his spies. The man accepts, so the Earl has him executed. It's presented as an example of the Earl's villainous paranoia.paranoia...[[JerkassHasAPoint But as Earl Haraldson later said to Siggy, how little honor did the spy think his boss had?]]
21st Mar '17 4:09:29 AM BoredMe
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* RememberTheNewGuy: In Season 1, Earl Haraldson presides over trials and hands down punishment. In Season 2, Kattegat suddenly has a "lawgiver" who presides over Rollo's trial and hands down a ruling that is (officially at least) beyond the Earl(Ragnar by the point he shows up) control. At least it's more historically accurate.

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* RememberTheNewGuy: In Season 1, Earl Haraldson presides over trials and hands down punishment. In Season 2, Kattegat suddenly has a "lawgiver" who presides over Rollo's trial and hands down a ruling that is (officially at least) beyond the Earl(Ragnar Earl's(Ragnar by the point he shows up) control. At least it's more historically accurate.
21st Mar '17 4:07:56 AM BoredMe
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* RememberTheNewGuy: In Season 1, Earl Haraldson presides over trials and hands down punishment. In Season 2, Kattegat suddenly has a "lawgiver" who presides over Rollo's trial and hands down a ruling that is (officially at least) beyond Haraldson's control. At least it's more historically accurate.

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* RememberTheNewGuy: In Season 1, Earl Haraldson presides over trials and hands down punishment. In Season 2, Kattegat suddenly has a "lawgiver" who presides over Rollo's trial and hands down a ruling that is (officially at least) beyond Haraldson's the Earl(Ragnar by the point he shows up) control. At least it's more historically accurate.
** Justified in that Earl Ragnar can't levy judgement on his own brother. While the lawgiver does appear again, Ragnar handles every other trial seen in Kattegat that season.
16th Mar '17 11:39:39 PM CaptainCrawdad
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* AgeLift: Due to being a CompressedAdaptation characters such as Rollo and the Ragnarsson's are considerably younger. For example, Rollo was sixty-five when he became Duke of Normandy and Ivar was seventy-three by the time of the Great Heathen Army.

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* AgeLift: Due to being a CompressedAdaptation characters such as Rollo and the Ragnarsson's Ragnarssons are considerably younger. For example, Rollo was sixty-five when he became Duke of Normandy and Ivar was seventy-three by the time of the Great Heathen Army.
16th Mar '17 7:24:16 PM Thorion
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* AgeLift: Due to being a CompressedAdaptation characters such as Rollo and the Ragnarsson's are considerably younger. For example, Rollo was sixty-five when he became Duke of Normandy and Ivar was seventy-three by the time of the Great Heathen Army.
8th Mar '17 11:36:21 AM gk3389127
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* RoaringRampageOfRevenge: [[spoiler:Ragnar's death at the hands of the English sets this off for almost all of Scandinavia, with warriors coming from all over to avenge him]].
25th Feb '17 8:41:18 PM CaptainCrawdad
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* NonActionGuy: In spite of being Ragnar's wife and the descendant of heroes, Aslaug is one of the few adult female characters who is not a shield maiden and has no skill in fighting.
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