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As a child, Thorfinn sat at the feet of the great Leif Ericson and thrilled to wild tales of a land far to the west. But his youthful fantasies were shattered by a mercenary raid. Raised by the Vikings who murdered his family, Thorfinn became a terrifying warrior, forever seeking to kill the band’s leader, Askeladd, and avenge his father. Sustaining Throfinn through his ordeal are his pride in his family and his dreams of a fertile westward land, a land without war or slavery... the land Leif called Vinland. Note: Was nominated for the 2008 Manga Taisho award. Won the Grand Prize in the manga division of the Japan Media Arts awards in 2009. Won the 36th Kodansha Manga Award for Best General Manga in 2012.










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Vinland Saga is originally set in 1013 AD in England, which was mostly conquered by the Danish king Sweyn Forkbeard. As King Sweyn approaches death, his sons, Prince Harald and Prince Canute, begin to argue over his succession. The story takes elements from historical accounts of the period, such as The Flatagerbök, The Saga of the Greenlanders, and The Saga of Eric the Red. 


War arch

In 1013 AD, young Thorfinn works for Askeladd, in the hopes that he will challenge him to a duel and kill him in revenge for the death of his father Thors when they are attacked by him during a visit to England. it was done. Askeladd's company is employed by the British as mercenaries under King Sweyn during the Danish invasion of London and Thorkel the Tall, Thorfinn's uncle, who served with Thors in the Jomsvikings.When Askeladd's son, Prince Canute, is captured, Askeladd's company captures the prince with the intention of selling him to any party for profit. Askeladd changes his plans to act on his personal agenda as a descendant of Artorius, saving his mother's homeland of Wales from invasion. Askeladd is ultimately forced to sacrifice himself by killing Sweyn. When the king announces his plans to invade Wales, Canute is forced to kill him. Feigned madness so that the Prince could take over Dane-occupied England without any questions. The shocked Thorfinn tries to murder King Canute, but is stopped by Thorkel and sentenced to slavery.

Slave arch

A year after Askeladd's death, Thorfinn works on a farm owned by Ketil, a wealthy farmer who treats the slaves well. She later befriends another slave named Einar who helps her get her life together after learning about her past. With the help of Einar and Ketil's father Sverkar, Thorfinn learns to let go of his dark past. By this time, Canute has become king of both England and Denmark after poisoning his brother Harald, and begins a campaign with Ketil's farm, betraying Ketil's sons Thorgil and Olmar to justify the seizure. Ketil's men are easily defeated by Canute's Jomsvikings. Thorfinn confronts Canute to convince him to abandon the farmers. Upon witnessing Thorfinn's transformation into a pacifist, Canute gives up his claim to the farm. When his friend Earnheid is nearly killed by Ketil, Thorfinn remembers his father's words about the peaceful land of Vinland and agrees with Einar to reach them. The two are later freed from their slavery, and set sail back to Iceland with Thor's old friend Leif Erikson.

Eastern Campaign Arch

After being reunited with his family, Thorfinn shares his plans to settle in Vinland. To finance their journey, Thorfinn, Leif, Einar, and Leif's adopted son, Thorfinn "Bug-Eyes", hatch a plan to travel to Greece and sell narwhal horns.Thorfinn's crew later also joined by Gudrid, an Icelandic girl fleeing an unwanted marriage; Carly, a baby boy whom the crew finds orphaned along with a dog on the Faroe Islands; and Hild, the daughter of an inventor who holds a grudge against Thorfinn. After attempting to fight a group of Jomsvikings, the group is captured and ends up in service under Thorkell. Thorfinn resumed his journey with his crew, escorting the assassins around a group of islands, while the rest of the crew fled towards Odense. They meet Captain Vagan, leader of a rebel camp of Jomsvikings, who wishes to wrest power from Floki before it falls into the hands of Floki's grandson Balder. The survivors of Vagan's camp pledge allegiance to Thorkell. who defeats Floki and captures him and Balder. Thorfinn is temporarily made leader of the Jomsvikings and follows Canute's orders to disband the Jomsvikings and save Floki and Balder from execution. Freed from the Vikings, Thorfinn's group continues their journey.

Final arc

Two years later, Thorfinn's crew returned to Iceland with money earned from selling narwhal horns in Greece. Thorfinn and Gudrid marry and raise Carli as their son. With resources given by Halfdan, Thorfinn begins to gather a force to settle in Vinland. Thorfinn has created a peaceful haven where weapons are no longer needed by clearing a section of the forest and successfully cultivating wheat. Additionally, he and his fellow natives are able to negotiate a peaceful relationship with the Mi'kmaq, who view them as peaceful inhabitants.

 However, as time goes on, the resources brought by the settlers And tensions over diseases lead to conflict between settlers and natives. As the fear of war between the two factions grows, Thorfinn begins to consider the possibility of leaving Vinland to preserve the peace.

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You would have to explain what specifically is not vibing for you. To me one of the main appeals is the fact this is a historic drama in the Early Middle Ages but you don't need to know the background to get the emotional appeals of VS.

I would say don't go in expecting an action series. Especially once you get to S2. The adventure is always there and VS has tons of good character development and drama.

It lost the Viking vibe about midway thru season 1 and started to feel more like samurai in Viking clothes.

You would have to explain that. TBH if we are talking about some of the behavior or fighting it never really had it even if I like VS. Good series but it leans more into the exaggerated.

don’t expect an action series is HUGE. i went in expecting action because well.. it’s called Vikings.. and was massively let down by entirety of S2 plus some other parts.

It’s not called Vikings it’s called Vinland Saga. The goal is to go on a journey to Vinland. That period isn’t just violence/action nor were all Norse people raiders. Plus quite a few of the characters including Thorfinn are real people and his story has more in common with Post S1 Thorfinn than S1. He was more a merchant trader (S3 onward) and less a warrior (lived earlier wasn’t even around for Canute’s invasion of England).

People can be let down because they don’t like a genre change and don’t care for a series that has less action and more a combination of SOL elements with drama however, that doesn’t mean VS direction is a bad one. Genre shifts aren’t inherently bad and it does make sense in VS case. Plus it’s not like the action is entirely gone. It’s still in S2 and a bit more if we get a S3 though S1 is the most action focused arc.

Lots of people do enjoy VS direction and plenty of other series have had shifts that may put off people action or not however, again that doesn’t mean a creative should avoid doing them. Plus having an action series shift isn’t something you see everyday and is a unique refresher from what I have seen in anime and other shows based on “Vikings”. Personally of the three arcs Farmland was my favorite and the most interesting arc of all may be the last one due to the real history (not caught up) so again your experience was not mine.

If that isn’t for you move on and find something else. You got Ubel Blatt coming up if that gets a good adaption if you just want an edgy revenge dark action series.

The "hook" happens in episode 4.

The anime is actually structured very differently than the manga, which starts of when Thorfinn is already a teenager, and only flashes back to his childhood later.

I personally love the first few episodes of the anime, and don't mind spending a few episodes in the "every day" of the characters before they're flung into the main conflict, but if you need that hook then yeah, you need to watch until episode 4.