Vikings fans are eager to work out exactly how the historically inspired show will end later this year.
With just a handful of episodes left, almost anything could happen, and viewers simply cannot wait to find out how.
Bjorn (played by Alexander Ludwig) has a tough season ahead of him in particular, as the war against Ivar The Boneless (Alexander Hogh Andersen) is just around the corner.
But Helgi the Lean actor Jack McEvoy and Asbjorn star Elijah Rowen recently spoke about the upcoming final episodes of the show.
As both of the characters have already been killed off neither Jack nor Elijah have a claim for the final plot arcs.
But in a recent interview with Metro.co.uk the duo suggested Vikings could introduce characters from HBO’s Game of Thrones in the final battles.
Jack suggested to Vikings showrunner Michael Hirst: “Why don’t we have Jon Snow [Kit Harington] try and rule the kingdom and have this cross platform worlds where these two great shows collide and all the vikings – good, bad or indifferent – must stand together against the villainous Game of Thrones?”
While it would certainly be entertaining to see Jon and Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) arrive at Kattegat riding their dragons, it doesn’t seem likely at all.
However fans could still be surprised with a shocking appearance of a Westerosian in the last episodes.
Despite Jack’s hopes he will see some Game of Thrones stars in the show, he later confessed he doesn’t know what is going to happen in the show’s final episodes.
He continued: “To be honest, I really, really do not know. I don’t have any idea.”
With almost anything able to happen, fans of the show are sure to be surprised with what is to come.
Meanwhile many viewers have been trying to figure out what Bjorn’s final vision was.
Fans will remember Bjorn saw the residents of his kingdom killed as he saw himself covered in blood.
However fans on Reddit believe this vision was simply fear at of what could come for the new king.
They wrote: “What do you think is the meaning of this scene? Is he afraid of power and what it can bring around him (death)?
“Is that why he is thinking about Ragnar’s words regarding power? What is your opinion?”
However another wrote: “It’s symbolism. It shows the amount of bloodshed and death that was required for him to take the throne.
“He finally understands Ragnar’s words about the danger of power, and how you have to lower yourself to pick it up.”
Vikings season 6 is expected to return to History Channel and Amazon Prime Video later this year.
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