In der kanadischen Fernsehserie Vikings tritt die Figur des Ubbe Ragnarsson als. Ubba, auch Ubbe, Habba oder Hubba Ragnarsson († ) war angeblich einer von vielen Söhnen des legendären nordischen Wikingeranführers Ragnar. Wenn jetzt das Schlimmste eintritt, liegt eine gewaltige Last auf den Schultern von Ubbe. Achtung, Spoiler zu Vikings! Das Midseason-Finale von.
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Ubbe ist der erstgeborene Sohn von Ragnar Lothbrok und Aslaug. 1 Charakter 2 Biographie Hvitserk ist oft zusammen mit seinem Bruder Ubbe und er scheint zu seinem Bruder aufzusehen. Im Laufe der Zeit, beginnt er doch Groll gegen ihn aufzubauen. Ubba, auch Ubbe, Habba oder Hubba Ragnarsson († ) war angeblich einer von vielen Söhnen des legendären nordischen Wikingeranführers Ragnar. In der kanadischen Fernsehserie Vikings tritt die Figur des Ubbe Ragnarsson als. Wird Ubbe "Vikings" Staffel 6B überleben? Schauspieler Jordan Patrick Smith verrät fast Details, die Ubbes Schicksal in den neuen Folgen. In "Vikings" können Fan-Lieblinge jederzeit sterben! Ubbe-Star Jordan Patrick Smith verrät nun in einem Interview, dass auch er um das Leben. Aug 22, - ⚔️ VIKINGS || 29K ⚔️ on Instagram: “KING UBBE 🗡️ (@jordan_patrick_smith) ❤️”.
Hvitserk ist oft zusammen mit seinem Bruder Ubbe und er scheint zu seinem Bruder aufzusehen. Im Laufe der Zeit, beginnt er doch Groll gegen ihn aufzubauen. Ubba, auch Ubbe, Habba oder Hubba Ragnarsson († ) war angeblich einer von vielen Söhnen des legendären nordischen Wikingeranführers Ragnar. Wird Ubbe "Vikings" Staffel 6B überleben? Schauspieler Jordan Patrick Smith verrät fast Details, die Ubbes Schicksal in den neuen Folgen.
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Captured by Ragnar on his first raid, Athelstan is constantly torn between the customs of Christian England and the pagan ways of Scandinavia.
A powerful king in Denmark who ends up being overthrown by Ragnar. Based on the historical Horik I. Ragnar's second wife, claiming to be the daughter of the shieldmaiden and valkyrie Brynhildr and the dragonslayer Sigurd.
She is ultimately killed and usurped by a vengeful Lagertha. Based on the legendary Aslaug. Ruler of the most powerful kingdom in England. He dreams of becoming Bretwalda and becomes an unlikely friend of Ragnar.
Based on the historical Egbert of Wessex. Ragnar and Lagertha's son, given his epithet by his father after his first battle with the Saxons.
Based on the historical Björn Ironside. Ruler in Paris, he witnesses Ragnar's attack on the city and later employs Rollo as a defender against Viking raids.
Charles is a composite character drawing from the historical Charles the Bald grandson of Charlemagne who first defended Paris from the Vikings , Charles the Fat who commanded Odo and Charles the Simple who encountered Rollo, and may have had a daughter Gisela.
He often provides mysterious predictions to the characters. He is murdered by Ivar after refusing to recognise Ivar as a god and predicting Ivar's fall.
The ambitious king of Vestfold , who seeks to become king of all Norway to marry the princess Ellisif.
He becomes an ally to Ragnar during his second attempt at raiding Paris. Harald then spends years conquering his neighbours' lands, including Rogaland.
He lends forces to the Great Heathen Army and joins battles against king Aella and prince Aethelwulf. Meanwhile, he makes an attempt at conquering Kattegat, but is defeated.
When he discovers Ellisif is already married, he murders her husband. Harald then kidnaps Astrid and proposes to her. When Astrid consents, they are married.
Ivar arrives to Harald's kingdom seeking an ally to overthrow Lagertha. Astrid betrays her new husband to warn Lagertha, but her agents rape her.
When Astrid becomes pregnant, Harald become fond and protective of her, not knowing the child might not be his. Harald mourns the death of his wife in battle and vows vengeance on Lagertha.
He sails with Bjorn to retake Kattegat, but much of their fleet is wrecked in a storm. In battle, Harald saves Bjorn's life but takes a serious wound.
King Olaf rescues Harald and tends to his wounds, but also occupies Vestfold. Harald's men beg Bjorn for help.
Bjorn feels compelled to repay his debt. Olaf reveals he intends to have Bjorn elected as over-king of Norway. Harald uses the opportunity to campaign for himself and defeats Bjorn in the election.
Harald's men attempt to kill Bjorn, but he is saved by Erik the Red. Most of the kings accept Harald, but Olaf refuses.
Harald has him put away and sends warriors to secure his borders. Based on the historical Harald Fairhair. Harald's violent younger brother.
He hates Christians and is motivated by getting to kill as many of them as possible. Eventually he grows tired of living in his brother's shadow and of Harald's war with other Norsemen and joins an expedition with Bjorn to the mediterranean.
During the trip they form a close friendship which leads to Halfdan joining Lagertha's side when Ivar and Harald declare war on her.
When faced by Harald in battle, he is killed. A composite character of the historical Halfdan Ragnarsson and historical Halfdan the Black , the father of Harald Fairhair.
Ragnar and Aslaug's fourth and most violent son. A birth defect has rendered his legs useless and left him impotent. Ivar is more unstable than his brothers, sadistic and seemingly narcissistic.
While publicly boastful, in private Ivar is deeply insecure about himself and feels unloved by all except his mother Aslaug. He is married to his former slave Freydis, who manipulates him and inflates his ego.
Based on the historical Ivar the Boneless. Ragnar and Aslaug's second son. He enjoys battle and adventure and sides with his younger brother Ivar when Ivar and Ubbe fall out.
As Ivar's megalomania increases and Ivar becomes more abusive of him, Hvitserk starts to question his decision. Based on the semi-historical or legendary Hvitserk.
Ragnar and Aslaug's third son. Killed by his brother Ivar after years of bullying. Based on the historical Sigurd Snake-in-the-Eye. Ragnar and Aslaug's first son.
He is the most responsible of Aslaug's sons, he does not initially take part in Viking raids, preferring to stay home and protect Kattegat.
When his mother is killed, he initially wants revenge. However, as his previously warm relationship with Ivar turns hostile he sides with Lagertha. When Lagertha is driven into exile in England, Ubbe becomes Alfred's advisor and converts to Christianity.
Based on the historical Ubba. Son of King Ecbert. He is married to Princess Judith, with whom he has a son, Prince Aethelred. He dies by asphyxiation after being stung by a bee.
Based on the historical Aethelwulf. A very religious warrior priest. He is eventually captured by Ivar who admires his skill as a warrior.
Heahmund fights for Ivar against Lagertha, but is captured in the initial battle. Having become smitten by Lagertha, he seduces her and switches to her side.
On his suggestion, Lagertha and her followers seek refuge in England. Through Heahmund's influence the Northmen are given sanctuary in return for fighting against other Viking raiders.
When Harald Finehair attempts to raid Wessex, Heahmund fights in the frontline. In the battle he is wounded by arrows and killed by Gunnhild.
Broadly inspired by the historical Heahmund. He is the protector of the heir to the Rus kingdom, Igor and brother in law of Igor's father Rurik. Oleg is sadistic and uses his status as Igor's protector as a pretext for consolidating control over the kingdom.
He has successfully sacked Constantinople , but is critical of Rurik's eastward expansion. Oleg wants to conquer Scandinavia which he claims is the property of the Rus.
Oleg takes in Ivar, thinking him useful for his plan to invade Scandinavia. Oleg forms an uneasy friendship with Ivar after revealing that he murdered his wife after discovering her infidelity.
Ivar's similar experience with Freydis brings them closer. The character is based on the semi-historical Oleg the Prophet.
Jarl Olavsonn's wife. Harald becomes enamored with her, but after Olavsonn's death, she marries Bjorn Ironside instead.
As his wife, she becomes queen of Kattegat. A wanderer living in Iceland. His real name is Athelstan and he was a monk in England.
During one of his travels as missionary, he took the identity of the dying wanderer Othere and moved to Iceland. He then sailed west and glimpsed the Golden Land.
Ubbe asks him to sail again with him to find the new land. The following is a list of recurring characters, listed in the order that they first appeared on the show.
Daughter of Ragnar and Lagertha. She dies in a plague. Loosely based on Ragnar's unnamed daughters.
Elderly Viking and one of Ragnar's warriors. He has a wife, Elisef, and a son, Leif. He is an early supporter of Ragnar and is murdered by earl Haraldson.
One of Ragnar's warriors and son of Erik and Elisef. He offers himself as a sacrifice at Uppsala. Ruler of one of England's ancient kingdoms and the first to be attacked by Ragnar.
He killed Ragnar by throwing him into a pit of snakes and was executed by Bjorn as retribution for Ragnar's death. Floki's long-suffering lover and wife.
Murdered by her own adopted daughter who shortly after committed suicide. A woman of Kattegat and Eyvind's wife. She joins Floki's expedition to set up a colony.
Her brother was killed by Kjetill's father prior to the events of the series. She is killed by Kjetill. A powerful warlord of an earldom in Götaland.
He has a wife, Torvi, and a son, Guthrum. He was killed by Ragnar with the Blood Eagle, for having attacked his people and his family.
King Horik's first son. He is cruel and spiteful. After the death of his father, he seeks vengeance against Ragnar and his family.
He ends up marrying Torvi and conspires with Kalf to ruin Ragnar. He is killed by Torvi after frequently threatening Torvi's son Guthrum.
Lagertha's second husband and Earl of Hedeby. He is killed by Lagertha after multiple incidents of abuse. An influential advisor at the court of King Ecbert.
Based on the historical Eadmund of Winchester. Bjorn's love interest. She has a daughter, Siggy. A scheming troublemaker, and ally of Earl Sigvard of Hedeby.
He later betrays Sigvard and helps Lagertha gain power in Hedeby. When Lagertha rejects his advances, he helps Kalf gain power in Hedeby.
In the end, he is injured by Kalf and killed by Lagertha. She has a legitimate son with Aethelwulf, Aethelred, and an illegitimate one with Athelstan, Alfred.
Based on the historical Judith of Flanders. Pretender to the throne of Mercia. She has a brother, Prince Burgred, and a putative illegitimate son with Ragnar, Magnus.
She is stabbed by Judith. Based on the historical Cwenthryth. The rebellious brother of Kwenthrith. Based on the historical Burgred of Mercia.
He is poisoned by Kwenthrith who becomes Queen of Mercia. Prince Aethelwulf and Princess Judith's son. A friend of Earl Kalf's and an ally to King Ragnar.
He is killed at the Siege of Paris. Loosely based on the Norse chief Sigfred who took part in the Siege of Paris — Sinric Sindric from season 5 onwards is a wanderer who taught Ragnar about England and Frankia, and who serves as a translator for the Northmen.
Loosely based on the Norse chief Sinric who took part in the Siege of Paris — Son of Judith and Athelstan. Broadly based on the historical Alfred the Great.
In charge of defending the city from the Vikings. Based on the historical Odo of France. He is flogged to death by Roland on Emperor Charles's orders.
Daughter of Emperor Charles and later wedded to Duke Rollo. Based on the historical or legendary Gisela of France. Count Odo's first-in-command.
He has an incestuous relationship with his sister, Therese. He is assassinated with his sister by Emperor Charles's men. A noblewoman, Roland's sister, and Count Odo's mistress.
She is assassinated with her brother by Emperor Charles's men. Ragnar and Kwenthrith's supposed illegitimate son. After spending most of his life as a hostage he is evicted by Aethelwulf when Ragnar denies being his father.
Magnus eventually starts to consider himself a Viking, converts to the religion of the Norse gods and joins Harald. He takes part of Bjorn and Hvitserks siege of Kattegat where he suffers from a crisis of faith.
Eventually coming to terms with his new identity as a pagan, he tries to scale the walls as the battle turns against Bjorn.
Harald attempts to pull him to safety, but Magnus is shot to death by White Hair, when he fails to protect himself with his shield.
Chinese slave belonging to Aslaug. Yidu becomes protective of the sons of Ragnar. She also forms a close bond with Ragnar, providing him with a drug and becoming his lover.
Later she becomes distressed with the Viking way of life and tries to leave Ragnar. When she refuses to provide him with more of the drug, Ragnar drowns her.
Shieldmaiden and lover of Lagertha. She and Bjorn have a secret affair. She is later kidnapped by king Harald whom she marries.
When attempting to warn Lagertha of an incoming attack she is raped by the whaler she tries to bribe. Soon after she finds herself pregnant and induces Lagertha to kill her during battle, she admits that she was always her true love.
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Trivia Rollo was originally written to be Ragnar's cousin. Goofs Character names are fairly inconsistent through the series.
Modern Scandinavian forms, Latin forms and old Norse forms are used invariably. For example, Kjetill is the modern Norwegian form of Ketill, with the "kj" pronounced with as the "ch" in German "ich".
In old Norse it would be with a hard "k". In contrast, the character Egil the bastard has his name pronounced with a hard "g" like in old Norse and some continental Scandinavian dialects as opposed to the modern Icelandic which pronounces the name with a soft "g".
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His dream has been to search for the promised land which is North America, but he would always prioritise his family when it comes to battle.
Fans will have to wait for the next episode in December to find out if he is involved in another fight.
If so, it could mean he is killed on the battlefield and makes his way to Valhalla to join his fallen family and friends.
In the same interview his on-screen wife Torvi Georgia Hirst explained how she wanted to be eaten by her own children.
Her bizarre death theory has had fans cringing as she explained she wanted her children to eat her for their own survival if they were starving.
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