plot explanation - Is Bjorn not Ragnar's son? - Movies & TV Stack Exchange
Dec 17, Modern day Siggy and Rollo. Their relationship on vikings fascinates me. Their relationship is pretty complicated. in Questions and Answers 0 4 He did tell Siggy that the "new" Rollo had no more feelings or desires for Lagertha. So to answer your questions: Bjorn is indeed the true son of Ragnar. And I had read about the theory of Rollo and Lagertha and it all makes.
He had been close to death when young Bjorn searched for Floki and begged him to help. Helga was there with Floki and later told me the story of how Bjorn had shown up asking for help. They took the family in and hid them well with only those few closest to them ever knowing the truth. I must speak with floki Despite his disgust for the priest Athelstan, floki grudgingly admitted that there was some worth to him and all of them worked feverishly through the next weeks to keep Ragnar alive.
During that time Athelstan learned much more about the Norse Gods as Floki and the others shared stories to help pass the time. Ragnar was far from recovered of his wounds but decided that it was time to face Haraldson anyway and put end to the matter one way or another. She knew now exactly what her husband was capable of doing to any or all of us that he might view as traitors to his will and his cause.
I must tell the story as I see it, as I know of it from the perspectives of all of those who shared in the events of his life, good and bad such as they were.Vikings: Rollo Thinks of Lagertha [Season 1 Scene] (1x01)
Such is the case of Siggy and Rollo. In order to understand how they came to be who and what they are now to each other, we must see what happened to both of them in those early years to bring them together.
Despite what Siggy might have felt to Rollo at the time, she did love her husband once upon a time. She loved the man he used to be not the one he had become before the deaths of their sons, before the coldness and bitterness set in on him and the need for power and control at all costs took over his life and his mind. If her husband won, all those who might have sided with Ragnar or even been connected to him in the slightest of ways would see their own deaths as well as his. Well, if Ragnar won, her husband would die… and where would that leave her and her daughter, Thyri as well?
In those few days before the challenge she sought to find peace with herself and with her husband. Ragnar Lothbrok is nothing, a wanted man- how dare he think to issue such challenge to one such the Earl? Well he is a descendent of Odin. Floki tried to remain unphased and continued his speech about how bad it would look for the Earl to refuse such challenge?
After some thought on it, the Earl agreed to this challenge, knowing it would be the death of either Ragnar or himself.
After the challenge was accepted, the worst fears and doubts were faced by all? Haraldson prayed to his Gods but found no signs or answers… haraldson praying to the gods give me a sign I can not feel your presence Siggy watched on as the man that she had loved for so long gave up the fight before it had even begun. In those darkest hours, she remembered who he had been and felt his pain.
She stayed by him trying to comfort him, give him some peace and some strength to fight this battle for as I said, she feared what his loss would mean for her and Thyri… and she had loved him deeply once. It was those memories she held to as she tried to give him that courage, that warrior self that he was losing now.
But, then I knew that in my heart.
Rollo and Siggy!
Although Siggy recovers, she is heartbroken when she finds out her daughter has perished, along with Ragnar's and Lagertha's daughter Gyda. Season 2 Four years have passed since Rollo fought against his brother, Ragnar, and barely escaped execution.
At the news that Ragnar is once again seeking to raid England, Siggy seeks out Rollo, who's asleep in the street. Siggy, meanwhile, pays a visit to King Horik to relay information about Ragnar. While the boats set sail, Aslaug invites Siggy to join her in her chambers. Aslaug offers her hand in friendship, though she acknowledges that Siggy must also yearn for the same power she now wields and what Siggy once had.
Bitter at being uninvited from the raid, Jarl Borg sets his sights on Kattegat. With his ships on the horizon, Siggy plans to fight back; Rollo tells her she needs to take Aslaug and her sons to safety. Realizing the battle is lost, and wanting to ensure Ragnar's family remains safe, Rollo leaves Kattegat to join Aslaug and Siggy.
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Though they are safe, Aslaug complains tirelessly at how dirty and uncomfortable her new home in the mountains is. Siggy retorts that she should be happy they are all alive.
He immediately returns home and is pleased to find his wife and sons uninjured. Ragnar wastes no time to plot revenge; though he is surprised to see that Lagertha and Bjorn have come to his aid with reinforcements. Together, they manage to beat Jarl Borg back and retake Kattegat. Several days later, Siggy meets with a seer and reveals she is bitter and angry that Ragnar killed her husband. She is unable to forgive Ragnar, but the seer says Ragnar could have easily have killed her as well. Siggy refuses to be grateful to her husband's murderer and asks if the gods will ever smile on her again.
A dinner party is held upon the return of King Horik and the remaining men from England. He tells Ragnar that they were ambushed and barely made it out alive.
The next day, Rollo leaves to speak with Jarl Borg; he and Siggy share a fond farewell. After the dinner party, Siggy meets with King Horik, who has also invited his son to witness the "game" they play.
King Horik asks her why she invites him to her bed to relay information about Ragnar. Siggy replies that everything she does, she does for Rollo.
The King doesn't seem convinced. He tells Siggy that he wants her to make his son Erlendur a man. Siggy toys with the idea, and eventually gives in to King Horik's wishes. Season 3 Ragnar and Lagertha's fleets depart for Wessex, this time bringing settlers as well as warriors.
In Kattegat, Siggy, Helga and Aslaug find out that they are all having the same unusual dream about a stranger, a man with no face. There's snow on the ground, footsteps therein.
Flaming snow in one hand, his other hand covered in blood. Behind him, drops of blood smoke in the ground. The women do not seem very concerned about the dream, however, until the 'wandering' shows up. Harbard the Wanderer walks into Kattegat, one hand bleeding. He is invited to stay, nonetheless, though Siggy is suspicious, as per the norm. He tells the women — Siggy, Aslaug and Helga — that he tells stories for a living. Harbard later sings for his supper, telling a great and fantastic story about himself, which Siggy does not believe.
Helga realizes he must be Thor and Harbard plays along, agreeing to the notion. Conversation is interrupted by Aslaug's youngest son, the crippled child Ivarwho starts to cry.
Harbard goes to him, and quietly speaks to the little boy, putting him to sleep. Siggy is even more suspicious, though a little relieved to have some help.