Vikings Season 6 Part 2 Updates: The last season of the epic, Vikings season 6, part two, was full of thrilling shocks.
Lucy Martin’s character, Ingrid, was transformed into a strong, ruthless witch who sought to control the Kattegat. Fans wondered if Ingrid possessed her abilities and if she was indeed a witch.
Does Ingrid become a witch forever?
Part B of Vikings Six provided a happy ending for some of the protagonists, but several issues remain unsolved. In the early half of season six, Ingrid was a Kattegat inhabitant who attracted Bjorn Ironside, who is Alexander Ludwig, and the pair married.
King Harald, who is Peter Franzén, raped her, and she appeared to be horrified by the event. In the final episodes, she had transformed into a powerful shieldmaiden who followed Bjorn in the second round of the battle of Rus.
It appears that she exploited her tragic history to channel her wrath and train herself to be a formidable warrior as a result of this.
Vikings Season 6 Part 2: About fans confusion:
She was thought to have been Erik’s slave, but fans want to know if she was a witch at the time. ‘I don’t grasp what is meant,’ WestenderMD stated on Reddit.
The fact that she reigns blissfully because she appears to be the mother of Bjorn’s child? It was intriguing and fascinating, and it all revolved around her, yet it fell flat on my ears. Because I didn’t recall, she was revealed to be a witch before the split.
The number of times her history was applied to everything else looked a little hamfisted. She was only a child with Bjorn’s skin. She is also a witch. Then, before she arrived to Kattegat, she was a slave and recalled Erik, but she never told Gunnhild or anybody else?
Some fans believe her ambition to become a witch was only to promote the last episodes’ development of her character. When Ingrid was first presented, Rambl3 On stated that she despised her. She was just there for a half-season to have sex with Bjorn.
With her witch things at the end, she finally acquired some character, but it was too little, too late to have anyone root for her. Others said that her witch storyline was meaningless because other female characters like Aslaug (Alyssa Sutherland) never exploited their special abilities to their advantage.