“Harbard is Odin in disguise, just as he was in the story Ragnar told his sons after learning of his visit.” Some fans have connected Harbard to the Norse God Loki, which led them to believe he was linked to Floki (Gustaf Skarsgård).
Who really was Harbard in Vikings?
Trivia. In The Lay of Harbardr (The Hárbarðsljóð), a poem in the Poetic Edda, Thor encounters a ferryman named Harbard, who is really Odin in disguise, and enters a flyting contest, which is a contest of insults, with him. If Harbard is this same person, Floki would be correct in his belief that he is Odin in disguise.
Why did Harbard not save Siggy?
“At the end of season 2, I had some family issues, and living overseas in Ireland just wasn’t conducive to me feeling like I could do what I needed to do on behalf of my family,” Gilsig told Entertainment Weekly in March 2015. “We’re over there for at least six months at a time. 
Are Floki and Harbard the same person?
To Floki, it seems he is with Aslaug himself, until the end when she says the name “Harbard” and Floki’s eyes go wide. He’s becoming the Seer, of course. We were given that hint when he visited the old man, and it certainly makes sense for his character.
What was the point of Harbard?
In Vikings, Harbard appeared in Kattegat asking Helga for help with a wound on his hand. He presented himself as a wanderer and storyteller and was well received by Aslaug, Siggy, and Helga – all of who had previously had dreamed about his arrival.
Why did Aslaug sleep with Harbard?
Aslaug is furious, while Harbard insists that he only sleeps with them so he can free them of their troubles. As he did with Ivar, Harbard claims, he takes into himself a person’s troubles. Apparently in the case of women it means having sex with them.
Was Harbard really a God?
Harbard’s mysterious aura, abilities, and the way he appeared and disappeared suggest he was a supernatural being, specifically a Norse god, with Floki himself suggesting he was Odin as “Harbard” is another name for the Allfather.
Is the wanderer in Vikings Odin?
Originally believed to be the human form of Odin, the mysterious wanderer first appeared in a dream of Queen Aslaug (Alyssa Sutherland), before arriving in Kattegat in person. His supernatural status was originally confirmed when he disappeared into the fog when he first departed in season three.
Why did the seer lick Floki’s hand?
In a surprising turn of events, the Seer licked Floki’s hand, bestowing a sign of respect back on the troubled Viking. “At that point, Floki’s a broken man,” Skarsgard explained to IGN during a visit to Vikings’ Ireland set.
Did Harbard drown the children?
(In the Norse poem Hárbarðsljóð Harbard is a ferryman who gets into a pissing contest with Thor. Perhaps the whole ferryman bit is a clue. The boys were drowned, after all.)
Why did Ragnar not let Siggy light the fire?
He says that the fire assists in the journey to the realm of the dead. So, Siggy should be the one to light the ship, if Ibn Fadlan’s account is accurate. I assume that the show’s writers wanted a public a f-ck you to Siggy by Ragnar refusing her what would be part of the honor due to her as the jarl’s widow.
Why was Athelstan’s hands bleeding?
Oddly enough, the episode ended with Athelstan back in Wessex coming to Lagertha to show that his hands were bleeding from his old crucifixion wounds (CREEPY).
What is Ragnar addicted to?
Ragnar’s Drug Trip and Relationship with Yidu
The drug they used is a Chinese hallucinogenic, and because it’s real and very addictive, Hirst promises Ragnar “has problems with that in the longterm.” Still, this getaway was much-needed for Ragnar, who is at a crossroads in his personal and professional life.
Does Lagertha sleep with King Ecbert?
King Ecbert and Lagertha have a sexual relationship but she tells him that “He only cares for himself”. In Kattegat, Aslaug sleeps with Harbard. Harbard seems to be able to ease Ivar’s pain simply by touching and talking to him. Kalf and Einar plan for Lagertha’s return.
Is Floki a god in Vikings?
Floki principally worships Loki and believes himself to be a descendant of the God. Ragnar notices that Floki is a lot like Loki, only not a god.
Is Floki a seer?
Floki might become the new Seer
Per Screen Rant, Floki might actually live to become the new Seer. The show’s original Seer (John Kavanagh) is an eyeless, deformed being who serves as the respected oracle of Kattegat, and he wields the power to convey messages from the gods.