Vikings Season 4 Premiere: Ragnar Lothbrok Not Dying in Episode 11, Sons Take Over?
With Vikings Season 4 coming closer, many are already expecting Ragnar Lothbrok to die this season. In the history books, after all, he is set to die in a pit full of snakes.
But is Vikings Season 4 going to kill off somebody in the second half season premiere of the show?
Vikings Season 4 Episode 11 Premiere
A major character is going to die in Vikings Season 4 Episode 11. But who is it going to be? Is it possible that they are going to make an explosive and devastating opening with Ragnar dying in a pit? According to history, he is almost nearing his end days.
The episode titled The Outsider sees the return of actor Travis Fimmel and his sons. Will they take over kingdoms and make alliances to their advantage? It seems so. Ragnar Lothbrok still needs to take down Wessex, cites Game N Guide.
Who Will Die in Vikings Season 4?
According to speculations, Emperor Charles could be the first person to die in the second half of the season. This means Rollo’s story line will be put into focus. And there is a huge possibility that Rollo is going to take over Charles’ throne and become more powerful than Ragnar.
Ragnar Lothbrok in Vikings Season 5
Because of this predicament, Ragnar’s story is going to lengthen. This means the war is going to be long and arduous. This signals the return of Ragnar Lothbrok to Vikings Season 5.
After all, this great ruler needs to see the future of his five sons. He fears that his sons are going to become more popular than he is. Which is why Ragnar is going to establish his legacy in this second half of the season.
His sons are no longer young boys but grown men and they dislike him for destroying the Wessex settlement. Plus, Lagertha, Floki and the rest of his people are focusing on different things.
Where does that leave him? Will his family welcome him back? Is Ivar truly on his side? And will Lagertha finally defeat Aslaug?
Watch out for Vikings Season 4 episode 11 to premiere on the History Channel on November 30, 2016.
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