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外围体育投注I just rewatched the 9th episode and noticed much more nonsense than on my first watch.


  1. 外围体育投注What the hell was this Winchester capture? Alfred made a burh out of every city, especially in Winchester. How the hell could the danes enter the city unnoticed? No one noticed a dane army marches through Wessex and inform the burhs? Also no one on the gates noticed a dane army arriving and shut the gates? This point alone is so ridiculous.....

  2. Haesten meets Uhtred randomly! for the second time! on the road ? Sure why not, Britain has apparently only one road, so they have to meet each other all the time. Wait, Haesten did wait for the king and thats why he met Uhtred? Did he hope to capture the king with his two dozen men? That makes sense.....

  3. 外围体育投注Haesten tries to kill Uhtred half his life and when he has finally the chance, the decides to walk away and trust 2 rnd danes to carry out the biggest kill a dane could achieve? Did a 5 year old write this plotarmor in this scene?

  4. The idea to capture Winchester in the first place. This was a suicide mission. You are surrounded and hopelessly outnumbered in the middle of Wessex, far from any ships and rescue. When Guthrum did this, he had the numbers and half of Wessex captured already. Sygtryggr had nothing, so where was the logic in that? In a rational world, this would never have happened under this circumstances and of course, it didn't in the books.

  5. Bridas script was also awful, begging Sygtryggr to destroy and enrage the Saxons. "Lets take everything from them". Girl, you have just a town and are hopelessly outnumbered and surrounded without a chance to escape. You are in no position to take anything, but to kill a few prisoners and be killed yourself afterwards. Get you facts straight, you're not in Guthrums position season 1, but on a senseless suicide mission...

  6. Edwards "attempt" to retake the city. A fitting ending for this great episode. Just ride to the closed gate without any plan and yell at them, while your men are being slaughtered, oh and put your archers in front of the shields. Thats how warfare is done.

Really, what the hell was this? Did a child write this episode?

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外围体育投注I just finished season 4, and holy shit I don’t think I have ever hated a character more than Atheleflaed . Firstly, throughout season one and two Uhtred repeatedly risks his own life along with his men for this stupid girl, whom he swore an oath to for absolutely no reason. Than for some reason they become romantically involved. Even though they have a huge age difference between them and are just complete polar opposites. Also the fact that she does not send any men from Mercia ( not from Wessex) to help take back Bebbanburg . She used a bull shit excuse saying she can’t go against Edward, but the rest of the season she went going on and on how “Mercia must be separate from Wessex”. Finally , once uhtred is in a position to amass great wealth for his family, men, and even take back Bebbanburg, she begs him not to take the position. Even when there was such an obvious solution in which they marry. If they married Edward would get his king, Uhtred and Atheleflaed would be together, Mercia would get an exceptional ruler, along with a fantastic battle commander, and his men who’ve followed him through hell and back would finally get rewarded. No but instead she takes the throne for herself, and swears to never marry again. For the cherry on top, knowing Uhtred may very well be alive she orders the city to be breached, with very little concern for his life. And on top of all this, the cherry of all cherries she sells Uhtred daughter like cattle, after Uhtred went to absurd lengths to make sure the same thing did not happen to her daughter. (I know Stiorra wanted this but she didn’t know that.) literally the worst .. I would rather Skade

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Posted by23 hours ago

Ragnar Lothbrok from Vikings or Uhtred from TLK? I feel like Ragnar is more wise but Uhtred is more likeable and better at planning

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