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Bamad
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re: Ragnarok on Netflix
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Too bad he also saw his ex g/f while in the bliss realm


I don't think I would consider Isolde an ex-gf lol

But yeah, I would have dropped the hammer (pun intended) on Saxa numerous time.


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xxTIMMYxx
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re: Ragnarok on Netflix
Yea, I have no idea how people watch anything foreign with dubs


OWLFAN86
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re: Ragnarok on Netflix
They're really sticking to old Norse mythology.(Loki giving birth to a serpent), the old gods having very specific purposes , the "giants" or "titans" as other beings

its written for that Euro audience


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CatfishJohn
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re: Ragnarok on Netflix
I just can't do dubbed shows. Do they have an available version in original language with subtitles?


nsquid
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re: Ragnarok on Netflix
Yes, they have subtitles. I didn't even know the show was dubbed.


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cfish140
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re: Ragnarok on Netflix
Watched the first couple episodes of this yesterday. That whole school dance scene in ep 2 was weird as frick. I’m into it though


TideSaint
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re: Ragnarok on Netflix
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That whole school dance scene in ep 2 was weird as frick.


It'll make sense in Season 2.


Fusaichi Pegasus
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re: Ragnarok on Netflix
The season 2 finale spoiler










What does that tapeworm represent that loki releases at the end?
Screenrant answer
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modern retelling of the birth of Jörmungandr, or the Midgard Serpent. Deemed as of the most terrifying creatures in Norse mythology, Jörmungandr is a giant in the form of a mightly serpent, responsible for triggering Ragnarok, or the end of the world. Representing an ouroboros, Jörmungandr harkens cyclical violence, along with the themes of destruction and rebirth - a process that is triggered when the serpent uncoils itself and moves towards land.
This post was edited on 6/2 at 10:51 pm


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FLBooGoTigs1
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re: Ragnarok on Netflix
On episode 2 of season one my take so far:

They got some homely looking people in Denmark or wherever it is shot. The brother of the main character looks like the lead singer of The Cure also. Anyway I am enjoying the show so far


IceFrogBC
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re: Ragnarok on Netflix
Unfortunately in season 2 they push every SJW button, LGBT, migrants, climate change, etc.

This is otherwise a great show.


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re: Ragnarok on Netflix
Ragnarok is filmed in Odda Norway.

The flag is shown in the show is Norways'

The terrain also gives it away.. classic fiord of Norway.


AURaptor
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re: Ragnarok on Netflix
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Ragnarok is filmed in Odda Norway


The fictional town is named 'Edda'. Also, I noted that in the Amazon movie Mortal, the story takes place in or around Odda.


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Tackle74
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re: Ragnarok on Netflix
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I tried to watch it and the dubbing drove me crazy. I have a hard time watching dubbed shows, I think I would prefer just subtitles.


Uh it has subtitles learn your Netflix baw
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cfish140
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re: Ragnarok on Netflix
On the last ep of season 1 and I’m hooked. As a huge fan of Vikings this is scratching the itch


Side note: Norway is beautiful, may have to plan a trip there soon


AURaptor
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re: Ragnarok on Netflix
If you're looking for something along the same lines after Ragnarok, and you have Amazon, I suggest ' Mortal '.


cfish140
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re: Ragnarok on Netflix
Nice I’ll check it out


jmarto1
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re: Ragnarok on Netflix
Does anyone else have a thing for the mother and daughter?






MSTiger33
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re: Ragnarok on Netflix
Just finished season 2 and really hope we get a season 3. Magne punched his V card like a champ!


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stlslick
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re: Ragnarok on Netflix
I think it's a bad show, but i'm addicted to it, and stuck waiting for a 3rd season to see what finally happens.


I watch it, because i love mythology, and greek and Norse are the best.

But it is bad.


AURaptor
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re: Ragnarok on Netflix
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I think it's a bad show


Well, it's not MCU level production, if that's what you mean. But the way I look at it, Thor's story belongs to these people, so who else to tell it like only they can ? Most of us have only a Hollywood / Comic book idea of Thor, Loki and that world. It's actually quite old and ( I imagine ) some still believe in those religious views.


And yes, Saxa is a smoke show.


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