Vikings

The Vikings lived in northern Europe from around 700 AD to 1100 AD and were renowned for their brutality and aggression. Their language was Old Norse, and their inscriptions were made using runes. They practiced Old Norse religion, but later converted to Christianity. They had their own laws, architecture, and art, but most were farmers, fishermen, and traders. During the 18th century, a romantic image of noble savages was born. During the 19th century, this romantic notion was spread all over Europe and the world.

In Vikings, the symbols include the A, K, Q, J, and 10 royals, as well as the shieldmaiden Lagertha, Floki, and Bjorn. The high paying symbols are the game logo and include the mighty god Odin and the mythical beast Uglysses. The high paying symbol is the 0.5x of stake, which is obtained by landing five of a kind on an active payline. The reel set is enhanced with a colorful electric field.

The Vikings believed in many gods. The most powerful of these was Odin, the creator of the universe. Another god was Thor, the god of thunder. The most popular one, Loki, was the mischief-maker Loki. He could change into a variety of different animals, including the unicorn, sheep, and dragon. As a result, the Vikings were often portrayed as being fierce and fearful. These myths have influenced the game’s gameplay.

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