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The Vikings Farewell That Always Puts Fans In Their Feelings

The goodbye between Floki (Gustaf Skarsgård) and Ragnar (Travis Fimmel) was a heartfelt scene founded on a complex relationship. Their friendship became a paranoid partnership after Floki killed Ragnar’s Anglo-Christian friend, Athelstan (George Blagden). It was an incident that Ragnar struggled with deeply, and it was only before his final trip back to England that they made their peace. Years on, it still stands as a divisive part of two characters’ story arcs, with fans both for and against how things played out.

On the Vikings Reddit page, fans either raised a cup or sharpened their axes over the scene. One fan was still not happy about what Ragnar’s old friend did to Athelstan, saying, “Floki was so well written and acted that I still loved him after he killed my favorite character,” to which others agreed. u/ZombieAppropriate didn’t mince words saying, “After all those years [Floki] never got the balls to own up to his mistakes and apologize to the guy he supposedly loved.” Meanwhile, u/TakeMetoLallybroch made a point about why this moment worked so well saying, “Floki loved Ragnar unconditionally. He tried not to, but he did. These two had a bond that no one could break, not even the gods, not even God. Loved them both.”


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