Vinland Saga Season 2 Episode 4: Awakening

By Sonu | Jan 31, 2023 | 4 Min Read follow icon Follow Us


Vinland Saga is a Japanese historical manga series written and illustrated by Makoto Yukimura. The anime adaptation of the series is produced by Wit Studio, the studio behind Attack on Titan and The Ancient Magus’ Bride and directed by Shūhei Yabuta. The series premiered on July 8, 2019, and ran for 24 episodes. The anime covers the first arc of the manga, which focuses on the life of a Viking warrior named Thorfinn and his journey to avenge his father’s death. The series features an all-star voice cast, including Yûto Uemura as Thorfinn, Naoya Uchida as Askeladd, and Akio Ohtsuka as Thorkell. Vinland Saga has been highly praised for its historical accuracy and attention to detail, as well as its compelling characters and story. Vinland Saga Season 2 Episode 4: Awakening

Overview of Vinland Saga Season 2: Episode 4

While taking in the events, the snake eats. He calls out the guests for mistreating the slaves, calling them fools. Thorfinn’s cocky behaviour has Badger whining. Snake then offers Thorfinn his sincere apologies, but he suddenly becomes serious and makes an attempt to slash the latter with his blade. When Thorfinn notices his eyes, Askeladd comes to mind right away, and he instinctively reacts by trying to kick Snake. Snake informs Thorfinn that his body wants to live when he starts moving around, surprising everyone in the process. The remainder are then instructed to watch Thorfinn and Einar return to their house before Snake decides to go have a nap. Additionally, he cautions them that they will lose their ability to eat if they continue to stir up controversy regarding this issue. Thorfinn begins to wonder if he wants to survive and what he will do if he does.

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Thorfinn’s wounds are not deep, according to Pater, who also notes that everything but his ear will soon heal completely. He says that Ketil doesn’t know what to do about the visitors’ inappropriate behaviour and expresses regret that they had to go through this. Even though Pater claims they wouldn’t have been killed, Einar is certain that they would have been if Snake hadn’t shown. To people like them, Einar and Thorfinn’s lives are not as valuable as those of insects. The powerful kill the weak, according to Thorfinn, thus it can’t be helped. If they try to play tricks on them again, Pater instructs them to come to him rather than follow them. In order to prevent Thorfinn’s wounds from becoming infected, Pater then applies some medicine to them. He assures them that it is his obligation to care for them and that they need not worry about paying him back for the medication. 

Arnheid should also be thanked, as she ran to tell him what had happened. In addition to telling them to relax today, Pater gives Thorfinn one of his shirts, despite the fact that he warns that it might be a little big because Thorfinn’s own shirt is now completely torn. Thorfinn’s silence irritates Einar, who advises him to say “thank you” in such circumstances. Pater says that he’s good and that he knows Thorfinn doesn’t speak much.

Thorfinn dons the new clothing and moves in the direction of the woods to begin cutting trees once Pater leaves. Even though Einar tells him that today is their day of rest, Thorfinn still resolves to go, so he follows suit. Einar is certain that Snake isn’t an average man because of the way Thorfinn responded to him while they were cutting trees. Thorfinn is questioned by Einar about whether he has participated in combat because he had previously stated that the strong slay the weak. Then, when asked by Einar if he had killed anyone, Thorfinn replies in the affirmative. Then, Einar wonders, guessing five or ten. Since he claimed he didn’t enjoy war, Thorfinn queries him as to why he wants to know. Thorfinn saws the tree and confesses that he had slain a lot of people but is unsure exactly how many. He joined the Danish army’s invasion of England when he was five or six years old and has been fighting ever since. Although Einar is silent, Thorfinn claims that he was a warrior and wonders if Einar now despises him.

At night, Einar considers what Thorfinn said and remembers the day his family perished and his hamlet was twice burned down. Thorfinn is being choked by Einar when he gets up, crosses him, and begins. Thorfinn is also suffering a nightmare during this time. In his dreams, he battles individuals he has slain and eventually murders the elderly woman who spared him. Because of his dreams, Einar stops choking him while he screams. While still being tormented by his dreams, Thorfinn screams for a while more till Einar grabs his hand and awakens him up. Thorfinn queries Einar as to why he continues rousing him from his sleep when he is sobbing in his dream. Thorfinn is the same as those who murdered Einar’s family. Thorfinn is asked if he wants to pass away after Einar recalls that Thorfinn claimed nothing nice had ever occurred in his life. He is unaware of Thorfinn’s ordeal, but someone managed to keep them alive so they could continue to breathe, eat, and sleep. So, Einar ponders how he can claim that nothing positive occurred to him. Thorfinn shouldn’t be acting so haughtily, according to Einar, who also claims that he wasn’t the one who killed his family. Then, Thorfinn expresses gratitude to Einar for rousing him. Thorfinn’s constant chattering in his ear is why Einar claims he can’t sleep enough. In response to Thorfinn’s apology, Einar advises him to go to sleep.

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