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Vikings season 6: Exclusive deleted scene teases Hvitserk has suffered same fate as The Seer

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**Warning: This article contains spoilers for Vikings. Read at your own risk.**

The final ever season of Vikings is set to drop later this year, seeing the historical saga wrap up the legends of Ragnar and his sons.

And in an exclusive deleted scene from the first volume of season six, Hvitserk (Marco Ilsø) appears to tease he’s suffered the same fate as The Seer (John Kavanagh) when recalling a near death experience.

In the penultimate season, Hvitserk ended up killing Lagertha (Katheryn Winnick) by mistake – after a hallucination made him believe she was his brother Ivar The Boneless (Alex Høgh Andersen).

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The shieldmaiden’s son Bjorn (Alexander Ludwig) soon found out and banished Hvitserk from their town of Kattegat.

It was his journey after this which saw him come close to death – so close he actually believed he’d made it to Valhalla.

Vikings Hvitserk and Ivar The Boneless
Hvitserk has suffered same fate as The Seer (Picture: History)

The short clip sees Hvitserk explain what happened when he was kicked out of his hometown after being rescued by Ivar.

He said: ‘When I was in the forest, I thought I was dead. There was a fish, in the ice and it jumped down my throat.

‘I followed the tracks of the Gods in the snow – I was happy to be there but now once more in the land of the living.’

Vikings The Seer
Ivar killed The Seer in season 5 (Picture: History)

He then turned his attention to the now late prophet, who was killed by Ivar in season five.

‘Perhaps I’ve been dug up like The Seer,’ Hvitserk suggested before adding: ‘But who I am? Nobody knows… Nobody cares.’

Ivar turned to his brother and quipped: ‘I care – I care, you are still sick Hvitserk.’

Could it be we have a new Seer on our hands?

Hvitserk has been talking to The Seer despite the Oracle of Kattegat being killed off – raising the question of whether he’s passing on his legacy.

After all, Hvitserk finally fulfilled his destiny when killing Lagertha.

Vikings is set to return to the History Channel and Prime Video later this year.

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