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As Ragnar lies in his sick bed in Kattegat, events unfold beyond his control.
Entry to Valhalla eludes Ragnar but as he lies in his sick bed in Kattegat events unfold beyond his control. Bjorn orders the arrest of Floki for Athelstan's murder while in Paris, Rollo betrays the last of his Viking supporters to strengthen his position in the French Court. Meanwhile, in Hedeby, Kalf announces joint Earldom with Lagertha, but is power-sharing Kalf's true intention and is Lagertha actually willing to share what once was hers?
The Vikings are back home, where Bjorn orders Floki arrested for the murder of Athelstan. Count Kalf of Hedeby proclaims he'll rule it jointly with comrade in arms Lagertha, leading to a bloody confrontation with schemer Einar who overthrew her in his favor, where Horik's heir Erlund swings the balance in Kalf's favor. After fever-nightmarish weeks, Ragnar comes trough but scolds Bjorn for forcing him to order Floki executed. Bjorn leaves to test himself at wilderness endurance, shortly afterward Floki escapes. In Paris, Rollo, whom Bjorn left in command, again disapproved by Ragnar, despite total lack of command of Frankish language or culture, converts to Catholicism and weds an unwilling princess. When loyal Eirik warns Rollo the men grow discontent with what starts to look like treason, Rolle surprises the camp with a Frankish army.
Ragnar is near death but the Gates of Valhalla closes to him and he stays sick on his bed. Meanwhile Bjorn arrests Floki for the murder of Athelson. Kalf and Lagherta return to Hedeby and Kalf announces that he intend to share his position with Lagherta. However Einar tells that his family and him are not happy with their alliance. Ragnar awakes and has a private conversation with Bjorn when he tells that he exposed Floki to the public and now he is in a difficult situation. Rollo marries Princess Gisla and moves to Paris. He is informed by a friend that many Vikings are not happy with his recent attitude and he decides to meet them at the camp.
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