Background: the speaker and the listener have spent the last week or so on the run together from King Harold's men (as he unifies Norway). Thrust together by circumstance, they've quickly grown attached. They reached the safety of their Jarl's hall (pronounced Yarl) a few nights ago, but the entire village has been under near-constant attack ever since. Now the Jarl, with villagers in tow, has finally made it to the safety of the sea, and is making for Iceland. Our pair enjoy their first moments of alone time (sort of) since the ordeal began.
I'm all over that!
I love Viking history and culture, and was really happy to see someone write a script from that era that didn't focus on the violence usually associated with it. I even tried out a new accent - it's sort of Scandinavian, or my best approximation of it.
Other audios in series My Brave Viking
- My Brave Viking... part 1 ←
- My Brave Viking Part 2 - Bringing Fire to Iceland part 2
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