Since the second season of “Vikings“It’s clear that Ivar the Boneless will become one of the brutal and brutal characters in the hit historical series. In addition to the diseases he suffered, he also had sharp blue eyes that could declare danger.
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According to Screen Rant, this aspect can be explained by the connections that the characters share with real-life Vikings legends. The novel, which began in March 2013, is inspired by the fairy tale of the legendary Nordic hero Ragnar Lothbrok, and after his death in the History series, his children take center stage, mostly Björn Ironside. And Ivar Ragnarsson.
Ragnar and Aslaug’s youngest son, he was born with osteogenesis imperfecta, a genetic disorder characterized by brittle bones. Despite his illness, Ivar the Boneless was destined for glory, as his father and his blue eyes symbolized it.
The real Ivar, the Viking leader, also suffers from the same disease, and his blue eyes add realism to the character due to the feature of Osteogenesis Imperfecta.
In the novel, Hvitserk is revealed that when Ivar’s whites (the white part) of Ivar’s eyes turn blue, it means he is in danger of injury. That’s why Ivar used to ask her hyungs if their blue eyes were the first thing in the morning to determine if it was safe to go out and play that day.
Blue is equal to danger
Even though his eyes turned dark blue before the battle, Ivar the Boneless didn’t hesitate to go out to fight as he didn’t want anything to get in his way and the reputation he craved for.Ivar the Boneless died last season of “Vikings” (Image: Amazon Prime Video)
But that’s not the only time blue eyes indicate danger in season six of “Vikings”, When Ubbe Ragnarsson traveled to North America, he met the Mi’kmaq indigenous peoples who saw their blue eyes pointing to danger.
Although there is no definite explanation of why they think this way. But the above-mentioned media suggests it may be related to the ambitions of his father Ragnar Lothbrok and his brother Ivar the Boneless.