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berserkers

ancient Norse warriors; assumed attributes of bears in battle. [Norse Myth.: Leach, 137]
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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.
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.
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.
Wylde and his Berserkers have established a heavy metal institution true to the vision of uncompromising, unfiltered and unrestrained rock 'n' roll.
It would, in modern parlance, be "embracing diversity", reminding visitors that we Welsh come from a melting pot including Viking berserkers, hard-nut Roman legionaries, cruel but clever Normans (French Vikings) and a host of others.
The Swedes swarmed the ice, and their fans waved flags like berserkers.
when the Vikings first begin their raids on the British Isles, and a Viking named Olaf One-Brow, the giant leader of the Queen's Berserkers, captures Jack and his little sister Lucy.
My favourite scene is the opening when the berserkers slaughter an entire village .
At the hospital, Kate Argent (Jill Wagner) showed up with the Berserkers attacking people and destroying the surveillance camera set up on the hospital roof.