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The Fisher King
Tensions mount between the sons of Ragnar Lothbrok. As the Great Army moves to take York, Heahmund, the warrior bishop, must rally the Saxons to defend the Realm.
The Departed
Tensions mount between the sons of Ragnar Lothbrok. As the Great Army moves to take York, Heahmund, the warrior bishop, must rally the Saxons to defend the Realm.
The aftermath of the battle at York shortens celebrations. Ragnar Lothbrok's sons fight against each other as tensions mount and each of them is forced to choose a side.
The Plan
Bishop Heahmund's visions guide the Saxons to devise a battle plan; Ivar the Boneless makes his own strategy; Bjorn Ironside finds himself in a new territory.
The Prisoner
Ivar the Boneless meets his match in Bishop Heahmund, while Floki returns to Kattegat and Bjorn receives a lavish welcome in North Africa.
The Message
Lagertha experiences betrayal and Bjorn must find a way to support the distraught queen. Floki and his settlers arrive in a new land but it is far from what they expected.
Full Moon
Bjorn returns to Kattegat to learn that an attack impends during the next full moon; Ivar must decide if he can place his trust in a former enemy on the battlefield.
The Joke
The battle for Kattegat begins; as the two armies line up to fight, the Great Heathen Army must decide between a final plea for peace or a mighty war; Floki faces discord among the settlers.
A Simple Story
The army leaders consider their options in the aftermath of the battle; In Floki's camp, all hopes of binding the community together crumble as tragedy unfolds.
Moments Of Vision
A sense of doom looms over Kattegat as bloodshed ensues; as the defeated army flees in the face of the victors, a legendary warrior makes his way home.
A Good Treason
Entry to Valhalla eludes Ragnar but as he lies near death in Kattegat, events unfold beyond his control. Meanwhile, Kalf announces joint Earldom with Lagertha, but is power-sharing Kalf's true intention?
Kill The Queen
As Ragnar and Floki remain at odds, Rollo makes great efforts in Paris to win over his new bride, Princess Gisla. Meanwhile, King Ecbert sets the task for his son Aethelwulf to rescue Queen Kwenthrith.
Ragnar sees that Floki faces devastating punishment for the murder of Athelstan, but as Floki remains a prisoner, a mysterious visitor to Ragnar counsels mercy. Rollo finds an unlikely ally in Count Odo.
A Norwegian King and Bjorn visits Kattegat. King Aelle visits Wessex for Christmas and is not impressed with how family relations are developing. While in Paris, Rollo's future hangs in the balance.
Those whom Odo trusts plot against him and Ecbert agrees to support Kwenthrith in Mercia. Pregnancy brings happiness to Lagertha and Kalf and a marriage is arranged but events take an unexpected turn.
What Might Have Been
Ragnar announces another raid on Paris at the Thing in Kattegat and although the fleet is battered by a storm after it sets-out, the greatest challenge for them lies ahead in Paris, where Rollo awaits.
The Profit and the Loss
In England, King Ecbert's ambitions are revealed as he schemes to gain the crown of Mercia while outside Paris, the Vikings attack with considerable force but can they breach Rollo's defenses?
Defeat for the Vikings calls Ragnar's leadership into question as they evacuate their camp and move back down-river. Ragnar himself remains inscrutable and unveils an ingenious plan.
Death All 'Round
The labors of the Vikings eventually bear fruit as they re-launch their boats but this time along with some interesting structures that Floki has made. Aethelwulf and Alfred eventually arrive in Rome.
The Last Ship
A ferocious battle between the Vikings and the French eventually comes down to Ragnar against Rollo and the outcome seals the fates of the two brothers.