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This is a tumblr dedicated to History Channel's first original series, Vikings.

“Season two brings crises of faith, of power, of relationships. Brothers rise up against one another. Loyalties shift from friend to foe, and unlikely alliances are formed in the name of supremacy.”

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queensansastark:

Floki Week // Day 2: Favourite quote

thelothbroks:

It’s time to celebrate our beloved Floki, a week for all of us to join from 15 to 21 of September making a creation each day during a week. Any kind of creation is welcomed here: gifs, graphics, fanart, fanmixes and fanfics/drabbles. 
Here are our ideas to inspire you for the week: 

Day 1 (sept 15th): Favourite smartass scene. 
Day 2 (sept 16h): Favourite quote(s). 
Day 3 (sept 17h): Favourite relationship. 
Day 4 (sept 18h): Favourite ally (King Horik x Ragnar Lothbrok). 
Day 5 (sept 19h): Favourite trait(s). 
Day 6 (sept 20h): Favorite religious (talking to/about the Gods) scene. 
Day 7 (sept 21th): Creator’s choice. 

Use the tag "floki week" within the first five tags, so I can find them and reblog them. I’ll reblog everything unless it’s a repost. If you have any doubt: (x) or (x)

CHECK OUT OUR LAGERTHA’S WEEK!

thelothbroks:

It’s time to celebrate our beloved Floki, a week for all of us to join from 15 to 21 of September making a creation each day during a week. Any kind of creation is welcomed here: gifs, graphics, fanart, fanmixes and fanfics/drabbles.

Here are our ideas to inspire you for the week:

Day 1 (sept 15th): Favourite smartass scene.

Day 2 (sept 16h): Favourite quote(s).

Day 3 (sept 17h): Favourite relationship.

Day 4 (sept 18h): Favourite ally (King Horik x Ragnar Lothbrok).

Day 5 (sept 19h): Favourite trait(s).

Day 6 (sept 20h): Favorite religious (talking to/about the Gods) scene. 

Day 7 (sept 21th): Creator’s choice.

Use the tag "floki week" within the first five tags, so I can find them and reblog them. I’ll reblog everything unless it’s a repost. If you have any doubt: (x) or (x)

CHECK OUT OUR LAGERTHA’S WEEK!

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thelothbroks:

When asked by another reporter how Lagertha was able to reconcile with Aslaug, the woman pregnant with Ragnar’s child, Winnick said: 
“I think Lagertha understands the dynamic, and if anything I think she blames Ragnar more than Aslaug. Here’s a woman that shows up without having any support, shows up with a swollen bely, needs the help of Ragnar. [Leaving] shows [Lagertha’s] character of being a strong woman, and not having her ego get the best of her and being able to make a decision that she will do what’s right for herself and stick up for herself and decide that this is not the best situation for her and she really needs to leave. So, if anything, who do you really blame in a situation when someone cheats on someone? Do you blame the mistress, or do you blame the husband?”

The Mary Sue: Comic-Con Interviews: The Cast & Creator of History’s Vikings Discuss Their Strong Female Characters

thelothbroks:

When asked by another reporter how Lagertha was able to reconcile with Aslaug, the woman pregnant with Ragnar’s child, Winnick said:

“I think Lagertha understands the dynamic, and if anything I think she blames Ragnar more than Aslaug. Here’s a woman that shows up without having any support, shows up with a swollen bely, needs the help of Ragnar. [Leaving] shows [Lagertha’s] character of being a strong woman, and not having her ego get the best of her and being able to make a decision that she will do what’s right for herself and stick up for herself and decide that this is not the best situation for her and she really needs to leave. So, if anything, who do you really blame in a situation when someone cheats on someone? Do you blame the mistress, or do you blame the husband?”

The Mary Sue: Comic-Con Interviews: The Cast & Creator of History’s Vikings Discuss Their Strong Female Characters

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stormbornvalkyrie:

Lagertha and her fangirls; Dedicated to the lovely and talented kazztou, you have been a light to me in dark places, when all other lights go out.

“Women are always murdered and maimed, and they’re never given their rightful place as lead characters! And I think [creator Michael Hirst] has just written what should have been written a long time ago. There shouldn’t be anything that different about Vikings, but there is, because there’ve just been so many shows that have not stepped up to the plate and given female actors and female characters equal footing.” - Clive Standen (x)

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