Vikings: Valhalla Season 2 Episode 3 Summary

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Season 2 Episode 3 continues to build new worlds. A new journey is enacted that brings disturbing revelations. The story is going well so far.

We’re rounding up the Netflix series Vikings: Valhalla Season 2 Episode 3, “Pieces of the Gods” that will contain significant spoilers.

Vikings: Valhalla season 2 certainly has a way with its history. The writers did a good job of separating our main characters, but making their individual stories just as effective. It’s unknown where this story will lead, but it’s still alluring. You also realize that this is the middle part of three seasons. There is a feeling that season 2 will set the stage for the third and final season.

Vikings: Valhalla Season 2 Episode 3 Summary

Season 2 Episode 3 starts with Leif I wake up groggy after taking opium the night before. his new friend, Mariam, took care of him. She tells him that he almost died out in the snow. Leif tries to explain himself but can’t. Leif is interested in one of her books – he has never seen one. Mariam reveals that she wrote it and was born in Aleppo; It was her wish in life to explore many places. Leif can tell she’s sick because she’s coughing all the time. Mariam tells Leif that she wants to return to Constantinople (the place that Harold travels), but it was not meant for her.

And so Leif changes his mind and tells Harald that he plans to accompany him on his journey to Constantinople. He wants to know his plan. Harald needs to recruit men, so he finds the two men (Kaysan and Batu), who bet on the fights in the arena.

Harald then goes to the cells to recruit kurya, a man well acquainted with the dangerous river Dnieper on the way to Constantinople. Kurya tells Harald that it is a bold plan and that he cannot avoid a Pecheneg on the journey. Kurya turns out to be blind, but explains he has memories of every sound on the route – he used to be a Pecheneg. Meanwhile, Leif offers to take Mariam to Constantinople in exchange for being raised by her.

The time has finally come – Harald and his crew set off on their journey to Constantinople.

in Jomsborg, Freydis is curious as to why no one is allowed to enter the temple. Gudrid tells her that only people who speak to the gods can enter and that she is not in Uppsala. Scenes flash to the refugees in the forest building weapons under harsh working conditions. After that it will be announced by harekr that Gudija, Freydis, is pregnant. Harekr tells Freydis that Jorundr will keep her out of trouble. Freydis is confused about what he means by “trouble”. The longer she stays in Jomsborg, the more suspicious she becomes of these people.

Eventually, Freydis questions her ways and allows a young girl to train in battle. They would normally never allow it since she is not an ancestor but a fugitive. Gudrid watches with concern as Freydis tries to change things. Later, while Freydis rests, a woman calls to her – the young girl’s mother (Hrefna), who was training for battle – her daughter was taken to the cemetery. Freydis is angered and confronts Jorundr – she asks him for directions to the graveyard to rescue her.

In London, Queen Emma of Normandy asks for an update from Godwin in terms of security and people trying to kill them. Emma gets paranoid and asks her servant aelfwynn (who is in a secret relationship with Godwin) why she is upset after seeing her crying over a hanged man outside. She asks her to let her know what’s worrying her.

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In Jomsborg, Freydis enters the forest, wary of threats, sword ready, in search of Hrefna. She finds them hiding behind some rocks. Hrefna’s knee is bleeding – the young girl explains that she chased off a boar. The boar returns and Freydis manages to kill the animal.

Freydis takes Hrefna back to her camp in the forest. Her mother is happy to be reunited with her daughter. After that, Freydis is guided by Allfather to a location of an ancient temple in the forest.

Leif is concerned that the cargo bound for Constantinople contains trapped people. But Harald tells Leif that it’s not his cargo and he’s only asked to deliver it. One of the people is dead, so they have to bury her in the ice. The burden is human trafficking.

Back in London, Aelfwynn returns to her room and sees a man’s head on a plate. The same man she saw hanging outside. Emma appears and asks Aelfwynn to tell her the truth. She knows that Aelfwynn knows this man. Aelfwynn tells Emma that if she tells her, she can’t tell Godwin because he proposed to marry her. She doesn’t want Godwin to leave her. Troubled by this revelation, Emma asks Aelfwynn if the man and Godwin are connected. Aelfwynn denies any connection, stating that the man she hanged is her brother, but she hasn’t seen him in years.

Emma believes Aelfwynn is lying despite her protests. Aelfwynn is afraid of being abandoned by Godwin and begs Emma not to tell him.

Season 2 Episode 3 continues to build new worlds. A new journey is enacted that brings disturbing revelations. The story is going well so far.

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