Episode: 154A-Viking Legends: Family Business


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154A-Viking Legends: Family Business

We’re back in the Norse Sagas with witches, trolls, Norns, magic, elves, and this one-eyed wanderer who definitely isn’t named Odin but have you heard about how awesome Odin is? No? We’ll he’s happy to tell you.

This is the saga of Hrolf Kraki and his twelve legendary berserkers.

The creature is the reason you should actually follow that strange creature into the dark forest (free all-you-can-eat shrimp!)

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