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VIKINGS: Season 4, Episode 6: What Might Have Been Trailer [History]

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Vikings What Might Have Been Trailer. History‘s Vikings Season 4, Episode 6: What Might Have Been TV Show Trailer stars Travis Fimmel, Clive Standen, Gustaf Skarsgård, Katheryn Winnick, Alyssa Sutherland and Alexander Ludwig. Finally, Spring has come and vikings approach Paris. Ragnar (Fimmel) will see what has become of Rollo (Standen) in his absence, which is what he expected and feared. Rollo has chosen to fight against him again. Or has he?

So many reactions flash across the faces of our Viking leaders in the trailer for the upcoming episode which teases a glimpse of Duke Rollo facing off against his brother’s forces. Visages of shock, disbelief, even satisfaction, courtesy of Floki’s (Skarsgård) expression, litter this cryptic trailer. Although, we also see the leaders of Paris nervous and shaking at the thought of Rollo’s defection.

After weeks of infighting, politics and very little battle, will we finally have an episode dedicated to war? Source: History. Check out the trailer for What Might Have Been:

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