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The great Wolf, son of Loki and his giant-wife Angrboda, who will swallow Odin at Ragnarok. The commonly seen form "Fenris" is a grammatical error based on a misunderstood Old Norse poetic convention of identifying things by their type and a...
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Vikings sleeps uneasily and prepares for what's to come
Apart form gasping out an anguished apology to Helga, Gustaf Skarsgård's performance as Floki is all wordless anguish, as the “Viking water torture” and the news of Angrboda's death reduces him to just glowering eyes and strained flesh. He's riveting.
In its second episode, Vikings refuses to learn from past mistakes
It makes the episode's final twist less impactful that it should be, as Ragnar, visiting Helga once more, finds her attempting to chop a grave in the frozen ground for little Angrboða (the adorable Rosalie Connerty). “What did she die of?
Here Be Dragons - Venturing Beyond the World's Edge
Loki, Son of Laufey, and Angrboda, the Witch of the Ironwood, have reached out to me across the seemingly vast distance separating us.
The Lady's Quill: Loki
Angrboda was the name of a certain giantess in Jötunheim, with whom Loki gat three children: one was Fenris-Wolf, the second Jörmungandr–that is the Midgard Serpent,–the third is Hel. But when the gods learned that this kindred was nourished in ...
„Der letzte Wolf“: Das bildgewaltige Meisterwerk von Jean-Jacques Annaud
Neben dem Fenriswolf, der vom Gott Loki und der Riesin Angrboda gezeugt wurde, tummeln sich hier beispielsweise auch noch Odins Wölfe Geri und Freki sowie die Wolfsbrüder Skalli und Hati, welche den Wagen der Sonnengöttin und des Mondgottes ...

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