Things will be quite different when "Vikings" returns to History for the second half of its fourth season.
After his defeat in his battle against Rollo (Clive Standen), Ragnar Lothbrok (Travis Fimmel) returns to Kattegat to lick his wounds but far from the respect shown to him before as their king, his people are not so keen on his return and he is even not welcomed by his grown up sons, Game and Guide reported.
As for the rulership of Kattegat, it is said that Queen Aslaug (Alyssa Sutherland) and Lagertha (Katheryn Winnick) will be battling for the throne with Aslaug in the losing end of the fight.
Meanwhile it has been reported that while Ragnar and Floki (Gustaf Skarsgard) will finally reconcile with the show's return, the joy of the mended fences may be short-lived as it is said that Ragnar may die before the season is over.
It is said that it will be Floki who will be the one to see his death, reported Parent Herald.
It can be recalled back in episode 6 that Ragnar asked the Seer about the day he dies. He was told that the day he dies would be on the day that the "blind man" sees him.
It has been speculated that The Seer may be referring to Floki as the blind man, as it has been rumored that he is being groomed as the new seer.
Some of the clues that pertain to this was a scene where Floki seeks the counsel of the Seer when he was very jealous of Floki's closeness with Athelstan. At the time, the Seer told the Viking that he has been waiting thousands of years for this arrival.
Another clue would be the Seer's act of kissing Floki's hand when typically, it would be the other way around.
Fans are speculating that the term blind man may refer to Floki being blind to his abilities which will only be awakened when he "sees" Ragnar's death.
"Vikings" will return to the History Channel on Nov. 30.