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Ubbe Vikings Vikings Staffel 6: Jetzt liegt alles an Ubbe

Ubba, auch Ubbe, Habba oder Hubba Ragnarsson war angeblich einer von vielen Söhnen des legendären nordischen Wikingeranführers Ragnar Lodbrok, doch dies ist keineswegs gesichert. Es gibt nur spärliche und teils widersprüchliche Quellen über Ubba. Ubbe ist der erstgeborene Sohn von Ragnar Lothbrok und Aslaug. Als Sohn von Ragnar ist er mit den. Ubba, auch Ubbe, Habba oder Hubba Ragnarsson († ) war angeblich einer von vielen Söhnen des legendären nordischen Wikingeranführers Ragnar. Ubbe ist in Vikings der erste gemeinsame Sohn von Ragnar und Aslaug. Er ist seinem Vater nicht nur optisch sehr ähnlich. In unserer. Vikings Season 5 Episode 13 Review: A New God -- Vikings gets religion as Ivar proclaims himself a god while Ubbe and Torvi accept Alfred's offer to become.

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They captured two young boys in order to find out when the next one would be, and then attacked the Saxon worshipers, slaughtering them all.

Ivar took it another level by pouring the melted gold from the bishop's own cross into his mouth. Ubbe seemed moved by the nun who fell into his arms after she slit her own wrists; he lowered her body almost reverentially onto the floor of the church, staring into her eyes as the life left them.

After the successful attack and occupation of the city, Hvitserk and Ubbe go to speak with Ivar. They are surprised to see that he now has bodyguards, who initially tried to stop them.

Ubbe just stared them down until they stepped aside. They find Ivar getting a large snake tattooed on to his back, and ask him why he needs bodyguards.

However, he then shows his brothers the newly created leg braces and crutches that were specially made in order for him to walk on his own.

Afterwards, Ubbe and Hvitserk propose a truce. They want to parley with the Saxons. Ubbe brings up the fact that Ragnar's ultimate dream was to farm the land in this new country.

He wants to claim the lands that King Ecbert signed over to them, but Ivar does not think this is a good idea. He wants to continue to battle and conquer the Saxons.

Ubbe and Hvitserk secretly ride off into the night to try and negotiate with the Saxons. With his two older brothers' humiliation at the hands of their enemies, Ivar secures his position as the leader of The Great Army.

Ubbe and Hvitserk do not want to accept their younger brother as the leader, and they prepare to leave for Kattegat with their remaining followers.

However, at the last minute, Hvitserk decides to remain with Ivar, much to Ubbe's sorrow and disappointment. Ubbe thus returns to Kattegat, where he is reunited with his wife, Margrethe, and decides to stop sharing her with Hvitserk.

Floki returns to Kattegat with tales of his fabulous new land, and recruits settlers to return there with him.

Ubbe informs Floki about the situation with Ivar. Ubbe and his allies discuss how to respond to Ivar's attack, and decide to meet him in battle on land.

They assume that Ivar will not attack the town from the sea. Margrethe continues to urge Ubbe to betray Lagertha, so that when she is defeated and Bjorn dies, Ubbe can become King of Kattegat.

Ubbe tries to persuade Hvitserk to join him, but he is unsuccessful in turning him to his side.

The leaders of both armies meet again the next day. Ultimately, the attempt at a treaty fails, and the time has come to battle.

Ivar agrees, but then mockingly tricks Ubbe and his allies. Before the start of the battle, Ivar positions a third of the army towards shore, to protect their fleet.

Hvitserk and his group try to flank, but are ambushed in the forest by the Sami. After the battle begins, Ubbe and Lagertha gain the upper hand, as Harald's forces are outflanked.

Ivar does not help his ally. Heahmund is wounded, and King Harald retreats. Lagertha refuses to kill Bishop Heahmund, and gives orders that his life be spared.

Ubbe and Margrethe's relationship begins to crumble as she gets extremely with the development in Ubbe's and Torvi's relation.

Ubbe later decides to leave for England and leaving Margrethe stating to Torvi saying that she is too dangerous. When they reach Wessex, they learn from Aethelred that Aetheulwulf has passed and Alfred is the new king of Wessex.

Ubbe, Bjorn and Lagertha are later brought up infront of the Alfred and agree to fight against any other Viking invasion. During their stay in Wessex, Bjorn and Ubbe try to negociate with Alfred saying that they have a legal claim to the lands in East Anglia.

However, Alfred lets them know the truth of how Ecbert rennounced the crown to Aethelwulf before they arrived with the Great Heathen Army and hence, he had no legal right to offer them the land.

Feeling betrayed, Ubbe tried to convince Alfred to sign the documents for the lands. Alfred refuses him saying that a lot of nobles are against the decision and hence they had to prove their loyalty towards him.

Ubbe is summouned by Alfred. Alfred suggests Ubbe to be baptized as it will be a sign of an enemy accepting God infront of the public. Ubbe says that he needs to give this idea a thought.

He later agrees to it and is baptized with Torvi. Bjorn introduces Magnus to his family saying that Magnus claims to be a son of Ragnar through Kwenthrith.

Ubbe and Lagertha both disagree with this as they were told that Ragnar did not have sex with her. Ubbe also believes that they should not betray Alfred on his word.

Ubbe agrees to fight against King Harald Finehair with Alfred. Ubbe goes up to Harlad to sought out this problem through a negociation.

Harald later gets to know that Ubbe has made a fool out of him and has allowed the army to cover Harlad's flanks.

Alfred later signs the documents for the legal claim for East Anglia to form farming settlements. Bjorn later tells Ubbe that he has to go back to Kattegat to claim it from Ivar and shows his respect to Ubbe by saying that he has done what Bjorn couldn't.

Ubbe and Torvi are later summouned by Alfred saying that 3 Black Dane Kings and their army of around warriors are planning to raid Wessex.

Ubbe suggests that he should be the leader of Alfred's army. Ubbe offers the 3 kings to settle in East Anglia.

Both Hemming and Angantyr agree to this deal but, Frodo refuses and wants to raid Wessex. Feeling furious, Ubbe challenges Frodo to a single combat.

Badly injured, he manages to stab Frodo in the back and ends up winning the combat. Ubbe who was laying in bed expresses his beliefs in the old gods and how the Christ God never helped in win the fight, as the spirits of Odin, Thor and Freyr gave him the spirit to win this fight.

Ubbe, Torvi and Lagertha prepare to leave for Kattegat as Alfred was wishing him good luck for his journey. Ubbe also shows Alfred his respect by saying that there is no one as good as Alfred to lead this kingdom.

Ubbe says that the decision is up to Bjorn as he is not king. He also meets up with Kjetill who tells him about Iceland and the mysterious wanderer Othere.

Ubbe says that he wants to go there and tells Kjetill to come with him. He later goes back to Lagertha's house bringing resources and farm animals to rebuild her farm.

While having their meals, Ubbe shares that he is going with Kjetill to Iceland and suggests Torvi to stay at home since she is pregnant with Ubbe's child.

However, Torvi lectures him about her not compromising her own life with other men. Bjorn soon shows up to Lagertha's house and asks Ubbe and Torvi to temporally rule Kattegat on his behalf, since he is going away to help Harald because Hvitserk was way to sick and drunk to take care of his own health.

Ubbe and Torvi agree and decide to stay back. Ubbe announces himself to be the new law-giver and his will to enforce trade missions through the ancient Silk Road which would be lead by Hvitserk.

Ubbe later goes up to Hviserk to tell him about his new role. Both the brothers embrace as Hvitserk starts to cry and Ubbe tries th shush him calmly.

When the boats were ready, Ubbe finds Hvitserk missing and asks the men to go find him. Feeling furious and betrayed, Ubbe says that he doesn't want to see Hvitserk anymore and tells the crew members to elect a leader among themselves.

The following night, Gunnhild has a dream of a village being burnt and tells Ubbe and Torvi about her dreams saying it could be Lagertha's village.

Ubbe refuses her saying that since he is stuck with his new responsibilities, so is she. The travellers who were a part of the trade mission come back quickly to tell them that Ivar is alive and resides in Novgorod with Oleg.

Ubbe who is not suprised with the fact that Ivar is still alive, goes up to Amma to tell her to inform Hvitserk about this. Distressed Torvi goes to Kattegat while Ubbe sends two scouts to search for Hvitserk.

Ubbe is later seen talking to The Seer about who killed Lagertha and later learns that Hali is dead. Ubbe later apologizes to Torvi for not letting her go to check out for the situation.

Hvitserk is later found in the woods, and Ubbe trues to have a talk with him. But, Hvitserk ends up sleeping.

When Bjorn returns, he brings Hvitserk to court and arrests him for killing Lagertha. Ubbe tries to help out Hvitserk and ask him to ask Bjorn for mercy.

However, Hvitserk reminds him of how Lagertha killed their mother and how the prophecy for him matched it.

Ubbe gives out a smile and leaves. The next day, Hvitserk is lead to a pyre to be burnt. However, Bjorn signals Ubbe which allowed Ubbe to save Hvitserk.

Hvitserk is later banished away. They later meet Othere and get to know about the Golden Land. Ubbe asks Othere to join him to the voyage of the Golden Land to which Othere agrees to.

The following night, Torvi is giving birth to her child. As Othere prays and the settlers help her, she gives birth to baby boy.

Ubbe announces that he and Torvi have decided to name him Ragnar , after his grandfather. Othere tells everyone that his actual name is Athelstan, to which Ubbe starts laughing at.

However Torvi reminds him that at a time Ubbe was batized and he prayed to Christian God as well. Othere comes up to Ubbe in private and gives him Floki's wedding ring.

Ubbe asks him if Floki is alive or if Kjetill did anything to him. Othere says that he has no idea and begs Ubbe to take him to the journey to the Golden Land.

Ubbe later asks that if his actual name is Athelstan or not. He exlcaims while going saying that Othere has no idea that what that name means to him.

This show that Ubbe might have interacts or heard about Athelestan in the past. As a son of Ragnar, Ubbe has grown up on the tales of his legendary father's bravery and glory in battle.

Despite his youth, he is sharp and assertive, able to track Floki through the wilderness and cunning enough to spot him in the water.

As he leaves to rescue Harald he places Ubbe in command while leaving his children Hali and Asa with Lagertha. Ubbe announces plans to send Hvitserk on a trade expedition along the Silk Road.

Hvitserk is tormented by visions of his murdered lover Thora and Aslaug's murder. Lagertha's neighbors are attacked and raped by White Hair and the other bandits, so they seek Lagertha's help.

In Vestfold, Harald has befriended Olaf's steward Canute and attempts to convince him to release him. Canute says that Bjorn has arrived to liberate him.

Bjorn and his warriors attempt to swim into the harbor, but Olaf has put oil in the water to set the bay ablaze. Bjorn is forced to retreat.

Bjorn's army is surrounded by Olaf's. Kjetill confesses to Bjorn that he murdered Eyvind and his family but had nothing to do with Floki's disappearance; Bjorn remains skeptical.

In Kiev, Ivar secretly undermines Oleg: he reminds Igor that everything in Rus' is his, and promises Dir that he will help him escape in return for his support against Oleg.

Oleg informs Ivar that he is gathering an army to invade Scandinavia, and Ivar accuses him of using him as a puppet king.

White Hair's band attacks Lagertha's village; the farmers fight off the bandits, but many are killed, including Hali.

In Kattegat, Gunnhild has a vision of the attack and leaves the city to check up on Lagertha. Ubbe names Hvitserk the leader of a trading party to the Silk Road, but Hvitserk's poor condition makes him miss the boat, causing Ubbe to disown him.

Olaf summons Bjorn and Harald and informs them he wants to gather the kings and earls of Norway to vote for a single king to rule the land.

Olaf intends for this title to go to Bjorn. Jarl Thorkell arrives in Vestfold and is welcomed by King Olaf. Gunnhild finds Lagertha and learns of Hali's death; she decides to stay and defend the village with her shield-maidens.

Hvitserk has another vision of Thora; he swears on his arm ring that he will avenge her death by killing Ivar.

Thorkell proposes that anyone among the leaders, not just Bjorn, be allowed to stand in the election; everyone agrees. Bjorn is introduced to Jarl Hrolf and King Hakon.

Ivar is shocked at her resemblance to Freydis. Hvitserk gives up his arm ring to pay for hallucinogenic mushrooms and beer; while high, he has a cryptic vision of the Seer.

King Olaf presents Thorkell, Hakon, Bjorn, and Harald as the four candidates in the election; he then publicly votes for Bjorn.

Torvi tells Ingrid that there is no point in waiting for Bjorn's return. Harald votes for Bjorn. Ubbe asks Amma to tell Hvitserk, who has a monstrous vision of Ivar.

White Hair and his bandits attack the village again. The villagers win after a hard battle, which culminates with Lagertha killing White Hair in single combat.

Seriously wounded, Lagertha rides back to Kattegat to meet Bjorn. In Kiev, Oleg and Katia are married; later, they torment Ivar by having sex in front of him.

In Vestfold, Harald wins the election and is crowned King of All Norway; Harald and Kjetill campaigned for Harald's victory with promises to the various kings and earls, Kjetill being promised kingship of Iceland.

Kjetill realizes Harald, distrustful, will have Bjorn killed, so he tells Bjorn. Bjorn and Kjetill are cornered by Harald's men, but are saved by the outlaw Erik, who takes them to his ship.

Lagertha arrives in Kattegat; while dragging herself toward the great hall, she has a vision of the Seer. Hvitserk, in a state of delirium, hallucinates Ivar as a serpent and attacks it.

As he comes to his senses, he realizes he has actually stabbed Lagertha to death. In Kattegat, Lagertha's body is found and Hvitserk is missing.

Worried about her children, Torvi travels to Lagertha's farmstead and Asa tells her of Hali's death. Amma locates Hvitserk in the forest and brings him back to Kattegat; Ubbe asks him if he knew of Lagertha's death, but Hvitserk refuses to answer.

In Kiev, Ivar is told by a messenger that Dir is in hiding and will help Ivar overthrow Oleg when the time comes.

Torvi and Gunnhild organize Lagertha's funeral; a girl named Gyda is sacrificed to follow her in Valhalla.

At the funeral pyre, Ubbe, Gunnhild and Torvi say goodbye; Bjorn returns, says goodbye to his mother and swears vengeance for her murder.

Katheryn Winnick. Bjorn puts Hvitserk on trial for the murder of Lagertha; Hvitserk confesses and Bjorn sentences him to be burned alive.

Ubbe attempts to convince Hvitserk to ask for mercy, but Hvitserk believes he was guided by the gods to avenge Aslaug.

When Hvitserk is about to get burned on a pyre, Ubbe saves his life; then, Bjorn bannishes Hvitserk. Later, Gunnhild discovers Bjorn having sex with Ingrid; she suggests that Bjorn take Ingrid as a second wife.

Ubbe, Torvi, and Asa travel to Iceland with Kjetill. In Kiev, Oleg sends raiding parties to Scandinavia in preparation for a larger invasion.

Igor openly challenges Oleg, who threatens to have him killed if he attempts anything similar again. Igor runs away crying and is comforted by Ivar.

Olaf warns Harald that an invasion is coming. In Iceland, Ubbe is introduced to Othere, a wanderer who glimpsed the coasts of a Golden Land to the west.

Torvi gives birth to a baby and she and Ubbe call him Ragnar. Othere is revealed to be a Christian and a former monk named Athelstan, who took the identity of a dying wanderer called Othere.

Ubbe wants to sacrifice Othere to the gods, but he is reminded by Torvi that he himself was once baptised a Christian.

Othere later gives Ubbe Floki's wedding ring, saying that he met him before he disappeared; Ubbe is sceptical.

In Kattegat, Bjorn takes Ingrid as his second wife, with Gunnhild's blessing. Bjorn asks Erik to patrol his borders; Erik's party is attacked by Ganbaatar and his Rus' soldiers.

Bjorn decides to ask Harald to join forces against the Rus' and sends Erik to Vestfold as an envoy. In Vestfold, Harald arrests Erik for being an outlaw and ignores Bjorn's offer.

On Olaf's plea, Harald listens to Erik and agrees to join forces with Bjorn. An informer tells Ivar that Dir expects him to help overthrow Oleg after the invasion of Scandinavia.

Oleg has his army parade outside the city walls, declaring this to be the end of paganism. In Vestfold, Bjorn and Harald prepare for the incoming Rus' attack by fortifying the capital's fjord, the river to the north and the beach in between; during the preparations, Gunnhild loses her unborn child.

Frustrated with Bjorn having taken a second wife, Harald rapes Ingrid. Of the many kings and earls of Norway, only Thorkell and his men have joined Harald's army.

In Kiev, Katia offers herself to Ivar, but he refuses; she later tells him that she is not satisfied with her marriage to Oleg.

Ivar helps Oleg plan the invasion and suggests the Rus' attack both the beach and the river to the north, despite the presence of a mountain between the river and the capital.

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Ubbe and Hvitserk argue with Ivar over what to do next. The two older brothers want to make peace with the Saxons. But Ivar has bigger plans - he convinces them to take their forces and head North to York, where they can build themselves a stronghold and a staging arena for other battles to come.

The brothers reluctantly admit that this is a sound strategy, and they head to York. They captured two young boys in order to find out when the next one would be, and then attacked the Saxon worshipers, slaughtering them all.

Ivar took it another level by pouring the melted gold from the bishop's own cross into his mouth. Ubbe seemed moved by the nun who fell into his arms after she slit her own wrists; he lowered her body almost reverentially onto the floor of the church, staring into her eyes as the life left them.

After the successful attack and occupation of the city, Hvitserk and Ubbe go to speak with Ivar. They are surprised to see that he now has bodyguards, who initially tried to stop them.

Ubbe just stared them down until they stepped aside. They find Ivar getting a large snake tattooed on to his back, and ask him why he needs bodyguards.

However, he then shows his brothers the newly created leg braces and crutches that were specially made in order for him to walk on his own.

Afterwards, Ubbe and Hvitserk propose a truce. They want to parley with the Saxons. Ubbe brings up the fact that Ragnar's ultimate dream was to farm the land in this new country.

He wants to claim the lands that King Ecbert signed over to them, but Ivar does not think this is a good idea. He wants to continue to battle and conquer the Saxons.

Ubbe and Hvitserk secretly ride off into the night to try and negotiate with the Saxons. With his two older brothers' humiliation at the hands of their enemies, Ivar secures his position as the leader of The Great Army.

Ubbe and Hvitserk do not want to accept their younger brother as the leader, and they prepare to leave for Kattegat with their remaining followers.

However, at the last minute, Hvitserk decides to remain with Ivar, much to Ubbe's sorrow and disappointment. Ubbe thus returns to Kattegat, where he is reunited with his wife, Margrethe, and decides to stop sharing her with Hvitserk.

Floki returns to Kattegat with tales of his fabulous new land, and recruits settlers to return there with him.

Ubbe informs Floki about the situation with Ivar. Ubbe and his allies discuss how to respond to Ivar's attack, and decide to meet him in battle on land.

They assume that Ivar will not attack the town from the sea. Margrethe continues to urge Ubbe to betray Lagertha, so that when she is defeated and Bjorn dies, Ubbe can become King of Kattegat.

Ubbe tries to persuade Hvitserk to join him, but he is unsuccessful in turning him to his side.

The leaders of both armies meet again the next day. Ultimately, the attempt at a treaty fails, and the time has come to battle.

Ivar agrees, but then mockingly tricks Ubbe and his allies. Before the start of the battle, Ivar positions a third of the army towards shore, to protect their fleet.

Hvitserk and his group try to flank, but are ambushed in the forest by the Sami. After the battle begins, Ubbe and Lagertha gain the upper hand, as Harald's forces are outflanked.

Ivar does not help his ally. Heahmund is wounded, and King Harald retreats. Lagertha refuses to kill Bishop Heahmund, and gives orders that his life be spared.

Ubbe and Margrethe's relationship begins to crumble as she gets extremely with the development in Ubbe's and Torvi's relation.

Ubbe later decides to leave for England and leaving Margrethe stating to Torvi saying that she is too dangerous. When they reach Wessex, they learn from Aethelred that Aetheulwulf has passed and Alfred is the new king of Wessex.

Ubbe, Bjorn and Lagertha are later brought up infront of the Alfred and agree to fight against any other Viking invasion. During their stay in Wessex, Bjorn and Ubbe try to negociate with Alfred saying that they have a legal claim to the lands in East Anglia.

However, Alfred lets them know the truth of how Ecbert rennounced the crown to Aethelwulf before they arrived with the Great Heathen Army and hence, he had no legal right to offer them the land.

Feeling betrayed, Ubbe tried to convince Alfred to sign the documents for the lands. Alfred refuses him saying that a lot of nobles are against the decision and hence they had to prove their loyalty towards him.

Ubbe is summouned by Alfred. Alfred suggests Ubbe to be baptized as it will be a sign of an enemy accepting God infront of the public.

Ubbe says that he needs to give this idea a thought. He later agrees to it and is baptized with Torvi. Bjorn introduces Magnus to his family saying that Magnus claims to be a son of Ragnar through Kwenthrith.

Ubbe and Lagertha both disagree with this as they were told that Ragnar did not have sex with her. Ubbe also believes that they should not betray Alfred on his word.

Ubbe agrees to fight against King Harald Finehair with Alfred. Ubbe goes up to Harlad to sought out this problem through a negociation.

Harald later gets to know that Ubbe has made a fool out of him and has allowed the army to cover Harlad's flanks.

Alfred later signs the documents for the legal claim for East Anglia to form farming settlements.

Bjorn later tells Ubbe that he has to go back to Kattegat to claim it from Ivar and shows his respect to Ubbe by saying that he has done what Bjorn couldn't.

Ubbe and Torvi are later summouned by Alfred saying that 3 Black Dane Kings and their army of around warriors are planning to raid Wessex.

Ubbe suggests that he should be the leader of Alfred's army. Ubbe offers the 3 kings to settle in East Anglia. Both Hemming and Angantyr agree to this deal but, Frodo refuses and wants to raid Wessex.

Feeling furious, Ubbe challenges Frodo to a single combat. Badly injured, he manages to stab Frodo in the back and ends up winning the combat.

Ubbe who was laying in bed expresses his beliefs in the old gods and how the Christ God never helped in win the fight, as the spirits of Odin, Thor and Freyr gave him the spirit to win this fight.

Ubbe, Torvi and Lagertha prepare to leave for Kattegat as Alfred was wishing him good luck for his journey.

Ubbe also shows Alfred his respect by saying that there is no one as good as Alfred to lead this kingdom. Ubbe says that the decision is up to Bjorn as he is not king.

He also meets up with Kjetill who tells him about Iceland and the mysterious wanderer Othere. Ubbe says that he wants to go there and tells Kjetill to come with him.

He later goes back to Lagertha's house bringing resources and farm animals to rebuild her farm. While having their meals, Ubbe shares that he is going with Kjetill to Iceland and suggests Torvi to stay at home since she is pregnant with Ubbe's child.

However, Torvi lectures him about her not compromising her own life with other men. Bjorn soon shows up to Lagertha's house and asks Ubbe and Torvi to temporally rule Kattegat on his behalf, since he is going away to help Harald because Hvitserk was way to sick and drunk to take care of his own health.

Ubbe and Torvi agree and decide to stay back. Ubbe announces himself to be the new law-giver and his will to enforce trade missions through the ancient Silk Road which would be lead by Hvitserk.

Ubbe later goes up to Hviserk to tell him about his new role. Both the brothers embrace as Hvitserk starts to cry and Ubbe tries th shush him calmly.

When the boats were ready, Ubbe finds Hvitserk missing and asks the men to go find him. Feeling furious and betrayed, Ubbe says that he doesn't want to see Hvitserk anymore and tells the crew members to elect a leader among themselves.

The following night, Gunnhild has a dream of a village being burnt and tells Ubbe and Torvi about her dreams saying it could be Lagertha's village.

Ubbe refuses her saying that since he is stuck with his new responsibilities, so is she. The travellers who were a part of the trade mission come back quickly to tell them that Ivar is alive and resides in Novgorod with Oleg.

Ubbe who is not suprised with the fact that Ivar is still alive, goes up to Amma to tell her to inform Hvitserk about this.

Distressed Torvi goes to Kattegat while Ubbe sends two scouts to search for Hvitserk. Ubbe is later seen talking to The Seer about who killed Lagertha and later learns that Hali is dead.

Ubbe later apologizes to Torvi for not letting her go to check out for the situation. Hvitserk is later found in the woods, and Ubbe trues to have a talk with him.

But, Hvitserk ends up sleeping. When Bjorn returns, he brings Hvitserk to court and arrests him for killing Lagertha.

Ubbe tries to help out Hvitserk and ask him to ask Bjorn for mercy. However, Hvitserk reminds him of how Lagertha killed their mother and how the prophecy for him matched it.

Ubbe gives out a smile and leaves. The next day, Hvitserk is lead to a pyre to be burnt. However, Bjorn signals Ubbe which allowed Ubbe to save Hvitserk.

Hvitserk is later banished away. They later meet Othere and get to know about the Golden Land.

Ubbe asks Othere to join him to the voyage of the Golden Land to which Othere agrees to. The following night, Torvi is giving birth to her child.

As Othere prays and the settlers help her, she gives birth to baby boy. Ubbe announces that he and Torvi have decided to name him Ragnar , after his grandfather.

Othere tells everyone that his actual name is Athelstan, to which Ubbe starts laughing at. However Torvi reminds him that at a time Ubbe was batized and he prayed to Christian God as well.

Othere comes up to Ubbe in private and gives him Floki's wedding ring. Ubbe asks him if Floki is alive or if Kjetill did anything to him.

Othere says that he has no idea and begs Ubbe to take him to the journey to the Golden Land. Ubbe later asks that if his actual name is Athelstan or not.

In Kattegat, Bjorn is seduced by Gunnhild's servant Ingrid. As he leaves to rescue Harald he places Ubbe in command while leaving his children Hali and Asa with Lagertha.

Ubbe announces plans to send Hvitserk on a trade expedition along the Silk Road. Hvitserk is tormented by visions of his murdered lover Thora and Aslaug's murder.

Lagertha's neighbors are attacked and raped by White Hair and the other bandits, so they seek Lagertha's help.

In Vestfold, Harald has befriended Olaf's steward Canute and attempts to convince him to release him.

Canute says that Bjorn has arrived to liberate him. Bjorn and his warriors attempt to swim into the harbor, but Olaf has put oil in the water to set the bay ablaze.

Bjorn is forced to retreat. Bjorn's army is surrounded by Olaf's. Kjetill confesses to Bjorn that he murdered Eyvind and his family but had nothing to do with Floki's disappearance; Bjorn remains skeptical.

In Kiev, Ivar secretly undermines Oleg: he reminds Igor that everything in Rus' is his, and promises Dir that he will help him escape in return for his support against Oleg.

Oleg informs Ivar that he is gathering an army to invade Scandinavia, and Ivar accuses him of using him as a puppet king.

White Hair's band attacks Lagertha's village; the farmers fight off the bandits, but many are killed, including Hali.

In Kattegat, Gunnhild has a vision of the attack and leaves the city to check up on Lagertha. Ubbe names Hvitserk the leader of a trading party to the Silk Road, but Hvitserk's poor condition makes him miss the boat, causing Ubbe to disown him.

Olaf summons Bjorn and Harald and informs them he wants to gather the kings and earls of Norway to vote for a single king to rule the land.

Olaf intends for this title to go to Bjorn. Jarl Thorkell arrives in Vestfold and is welcomed by King Olaf. Gunnhild finds Lagertha and learns of Hali's death; she decides to stay and defend the village with her shield-maidens.

Hvitserk has another vision of Thora; he swears on his arm ring that he will avenge her death by killing Ivar.

Thorkell proposes that anyone among the leaders, not just Bjorn, be allowed to stand in the election; everyone agrees. Bjorn is introduced to Jarl Hrolf and King Hakon.

Ivar is shocked at her resemblance to Freydis. Hvitserk gives up his arm ring to pay for hallucinogenic mushrooms and beer; while high, he has a cryptic vision of the Seer.

King Olaf presents Thorkell, Hakon, Bjorn, and Harald as the four candidates in the election; he then publicly votes for Bjorn.

Torvi tells Ingrid that there is no point in waiting for Bjorn's return. Harald votes for Bjorn. Ubbe asks Amma to tell Hvitserk, who has a monstrous vision of Ivar.

White Hair and his bandits attack the village again. The villagers win after a hard battle, which culminates with Lagertha killing White Hair in single combat.

Seriously wounded, Lagertha rides back to Kattegat to meet Bjorn. In Kiev, Oleg and Katia are married; later, they torment Ivar by having sex in front of him.

In Vestfold, Harald wins the election and is crowned King of All Norway; Harald and Kjetill campaigned for Harald's victory with promises to the various kings and earls, Kjetill being promised kingship of Iceland.

Kjetill realizes Harald, distrustful, will have Bjorn killed, so he tells Bjorn. Bjorn and Kjetill are cornered by Harald's men, but are saved by the outlaw Erik, who takes them to his ship.

Lagertha arrives in Kattegat; while dragging herself toward the great hall, she has a vision of the Seer. Hvitserk, in a state of delirium, hallucinates Ivar as a serpent and attacks it.

As he comes to his senses, he realizes he has actually stabbed Lagertha to death. In Kattegat, Lagertha's body is found and Hvitserk is missing.

Worried about her children, Torvi travels to Lagertha's farmstead and Asa tells her of Hali's death. Amma locates Hvitserk in the forest and brings him back to Kattegat; Ubbe asks him if he knew of Lagertha's death, but Hvitserk refuses to answer.

In Kiev, Ivar is told by a messenger that Dir is in hiding and will help Ivar overthrow Oleg when the time comes.

Torvi and Gunnhild organize Lagertha's funeral; a girl named Gyda is sacrificed to follow her in Valhalla. At the funeral pyre, Ubbe, Gunnhild and Torvi say goodbye; Bjorn returns, says goodbye to his mother and swears vengeance for her murder.

Katheryn Winnick. Bjorn puts Hvitserk on trial for the murder of Lagertha; Hvitserk confesses and Bjorn sentences him to be burned alive.

Ubbe attempts to convince Hvitserk to ask for mercy, but Hvitserk believes he was guided by the gods to avenge Aslaug.

When Hvitserk is about to get burned on a pyre, Ubbe saves his life; then, Bjorn bannishes Hvitserk. Later, Gunnhild discovers Bjorn having sex with Ingrid; she suggests that Bjorn take Ingrid as a second wife.

Ubbe, Torvi, and Asa travel to Iceland with Kjetill. In Kiev, Oleg sends raiding parties to Scandinavia in preparation for a larger invasion.

Igor openly challenges Oleg, who threatens to have him killed if he attempts anything similar again.

Igor runs away crying and is comforted by Ivar. Olaf warns Harald that an invasion is coming. In Iceland, Ubbe is introduced to Othere, a wanderer who glimpsed the coasts of a Golden Land to the west.

Torvi gives birth to a baby and she and Ubbe call him Ragnar. Othere is revealed to be a Christian and a former monk named Athelstan, who took the identity of a dying wanderer called Othere.

Ubbe wants to sacrifice Othere to the gods, but he is reminded by Torvi that he himself was once baptised a Christian.

Othere later gives Ubbe Floki's wedding ring, saying that he met him before he disappeared; Ubbe is sceptical. In Kattegat, Bjorn takes Ingrid as his second wife, with Gunnhild's blessing.

Bjorn asks Erik to patrol his borders; Erik's party is attacked by Ganbaatar and his Rus' soldiers.

Bjorn decides to ask Harald to join forces against the Rus' and sends Erik to Vestfold as an envoy. In Vestfold, Harald arrests Erik for being an outlaw and ignores Bjorn's offer.

On Olaf's plea, Harald listens to Erik and agrees to join forces with Bjorn. An informer tells Ivar that Dir expects him to help overthrow Oleg after the invasion of Scandinavia.

Oleg has his army parade outside the city walls, declaring this to be the end of paganism. In Vestfold, Bjorn and Harald prepare for the incoming Rus' attack by fortifying the capital's fjord, the river to the north and the beach in between; during the preparations, Gunnhild loses her unborn child.

Frustrated with Bjorn having taken a second wife, Harald rapes Ingrid. Of the many kings and earls of Norway, only Thorkell and his men have joined Harald's army.

In Kiev, Katia offers herself to Ivar, but he refuses; she later tells him that she is not satisfied with her marriage to Oleg.

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