Buliwyf: 'Lo, there do I see my father. 'Lo, there do I see... Herger: My mother, and my sisters, and my brothers. Buliwyf: 'Lo, there do I see... Herger: The line of my people... Edgtho: Back to the beginning. Weath: 'Lo, they do call to me. Ahmed Ibn Fahdlan: They bid me take my place among them. Buliwyf: In the halls of Valhalla... Ahmed Ibn Fahdlan: Where the brave... Herger: May live... Ahmed Ibn Fahdlan:...forever.
Buliwyf's death. After having defeated the Bad Guy, while barely being able to raise a sword, due to being poisoned, he sits down on a throne with his sword in his hand and dies standing straight, like the King he was meant to be.
Ahmed taking a level in badass and going into a rage once he finds out that the Wendol are actually men.
The twelve Norsemen volunteering for the quest illustrates Jumped at the Call nicely, with the heroic theme swelling.