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berserkers

ancient Norse warriors; assumed attributes of bears in battle. [Norse Myth.: Leach, 137]
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Mason may not have a hard time accepting Liam's supernatural life since he encountered a Berserker while looking for Lyida (Holland Roden) at school in the "Teen Wolf" Season 4 finale episode titled "Smoke and Mirrors.
Merthyr born Antony Smith, a 38-year-old former HTV Wales drama producer, is the brainchild behind Berserkers, which follows The Darkest Day, another viking themed movie, from his Sand-fields, Port Talbot based Tornado Films studio.
There were no such qualms when she decided to continue with the adventures of would-be berserker Thorgil (a feisty girl if ever there was one), Bard's apprentice Jack and his captor Olaf One-Brow.
37) By the time of the sagas, those specifically referred to as berserkers are often typical of stock figures, but aspects of the tradition often appear in descriptions of the rage of warriors.
Released on the Spitfire label, 1919: Eternal is BLS's third and probably heaviest set featuring classic riff & roll tracks like Demise of Sanity, Berserkers, Lords of Destruction and Battering Ram and one stay ballad Bridge to Cross.
The concept of executive protection goes back thousands of years to groups such as the Japanese samurai, Norwegian berserkers, and the British yeomen of the guard.
The berserkers, the vanguard of the Celtic and Viking fighters, toasted with mead before roaring off to make savagery with the Roman legions.
But unlike Saxon berserkers, these folks are arbitraging the institutionalized violence of the modem justice system.
The berserkers raped and murdered at will (thus going "berserk"), and indeed in the Norse sagas they were often portrayed as villains.
Kate Argent shows up to explain what she did to Scott after finding out that she has the ability to control and create the Berserkers.