Warning: This text accommodates spoilers for Vikings: Valhalla season two.
Just one warrior may emerge victorious on Vikings: Valhalla.
And that is precisely what occurred within the season two finale of the Netflix drama, which noticed an epic faceoff between Freydís (Frida Gustavsson), a shield-maiden devoted to defending the Pagan religion, and Olaf (Jóhannes Haukur Jóhannesson), a religious Christian decided to whip out the previous methods.
Whereas some viewers could’ve assumed that the brutish Olaf would finally be victorious, Freydís proved that she was as fierce as she was good, eliminating each Olaf’s military by fireplace and demolishing him in one-on-one fight.
The ultimate battle was epic and bloody and, in accordance with Gustavsson, took fairly a little bit of follow to drag off. “We needed to make it the largest factor we probably may,” she solely informed E! Information. “We spent months engaged on that struggle.”
Gustavsson credit “genius” creator Jeb Stuart for creating an ending that topped season one’s fierce battle. “The ending of season one, I believed it was simply so large. So action-packed,” she stated. “And [Stuart] did it once more. Higher. Larger. And I believe the last word showdown of Freydís and Olaf is simply so improbable.”