Nice. I enjoy the taka of knowledge such as this.
There you go. I should've read the answers before I answered but I was pretty close. Not so sure about the Christ shit at the end though...
That’s exactly what I though after a wee bita thinking
In Norse mythology, Valhalla is where warriors who die an honorable death go after they die an honorable death. There they drink, feast, and party together with the Norse God Odin for all eternity.
Just like Artur. There are Viking Waifus right?
Not meny. Viking warriors were primarily male, by tradition, but there are records of a few women fighting alongside men in viking raids.
Wh- nine out of ten why?
Tradition? F that. It’s traditional to clean the skull of the first, but that is now lost to va winds
Don't get to upset. The Vikings were about 10 or 11 centuries ahead of the game when it comes to gender politics. In Viking culture, women were aloud to; own property, had full control and authority of the household, had a lot of authority in managing her husbands affairs, if the husband dies the woman inherited everything he owned and assumed control of any businesses, while marriages were arranged the wife to be had the final say, women could request divorce, and reclaim dowries if the marige ended.
Oh. That makes me feel better.
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Valkyries? Holy shit, anime girls really are history. TILVALHALLLLLL!
Would thaf also mean BLOODHOUNDER is a weeb? A wee bit at least. Yyyaaaaasss.
I have navar heard of that. Avar heard of Apex Legends? There’s a character with this Allfather religion. In April, there was an event themed for BLOODHOUNDER. They mention Valhalla in the trailer and in a voice line.
Oh ye I don't know but I suggest u to play AC Valhalla u will like it
Thanks for the offer, but I can’t. I need make my money worth it.
As a hobby historian I know for a fact that is not correct. You're for one thing referring to the Norse *people* as Vikings. But going Viking was per definition to go to war and raid by sea, so all vikings practiced violence.
True at first but after a while they became known as Viking whether they raided or not. Apart from a few early raids on England they were actually more known as being polite and good mannered.
That sounds like an extremely subjective account though. And to say that only the early raids on England were the real fighting vikings did furthermore isn't true. You're omitting their countless raids into Frankia, the two sieges of Paris in 845-885 AD, the siege of Constantinople, the raids in Persia, the raid on Baghdad, the raids in Spain and around the Mediterranean. And the establishment of the Varangian guard, bodyguards of the Byzantine Emperor, widely regarded as the greatest warriors of medieval time. And not to mention the Danelaw in Britian, when Danish vikings controlled the entirety of eastern England. And the "Great Heathen Army", of 865-878 who ravaged the Isle for six years. The coastal invasions on Ireland where they eventually founded several cities, Dublind, Cork, Wexford, Limerick, Wicklow and Waterford. Yes, the Norse were excellent traders as well, and when not warring they were hospitable enough to dignitaries like the Persian diplomat Ibn-Fadlan, and the Rus' Khanate kingdom as founded by Swedish vikings came about by trade and fighting both, but your claim on them doing little actual fighting is simply so very far off.