Thorfinn is the son of Thors and Helga. He is a Jomsviking warrior. He tried for a very long time to get back at Askeladd for killing his father.
He didn’t feel the least bit bad about killing innocent people his whole life.
But he changes his mind and becomes a pacifist who wants to build a peaceful dreamland for everyone.
He goes to Vinland by boat. But the natives don’t seem ready to give up their land, so it looks like a fight is coming.
Will Thorfinn die trying to make his dream come true, or will he be able to do it?
Let’s find out!
Thorfinn has decided to stop fighting and become more peaceful. But he is at odds with the people who live there.
He will probably fight again to keep his family and men safe. Most likely, he will do well and reach his goal.
Thorfinn’s Journey to Pacifism!
He was a tough, no-nonsense warrior who killed many people to get his own back.
But after Canute killed Askeladd, he had no reason to live anymore. He was sold as a slave because he attacked Canute. There, he had nothing to do with his life.
With Einar’s help, he slowly started to see life in a different way. Thorfinn decided that he wanted to make a safe place where everyone could dream in peace.
He is also a pacifist, which means that he doesn’t kill people for no reason.
This won’t be easy, especially since the people who live in Vinland don’t seem to like the idea of being invaded and having to give up their land. He might have to fight to get what he wants.
Will Thorfinn die trying to achieve his dream?
He took a peaceful approach, and it’s hard to say if he will fight again or try to convince the natives until he dies.
But we know that a lot of the Vinland Saga is based on real events. It’s not an exact account of what happened, but the main points are still true to life.
Thorfinn Karlsefni was known as the first person from Scandinavia to live in Vinland. Thorfinn is based on this real person, but only in a general way.
If Yukimura decides to make the story true to history, Thorfinn will probably have to fight the natives to get what he wants.
But unlike when he was younger, the killing wouldn’t be pointless. Instead, it would be to make a peaceful dreamland.
Even if we think logically, his death doesn’t make sense. He wouldn’t change anything, and the story wouldn’t have a conclusion.
We can only guess, but we’ll know for sure when Yukimura finishes the manga!