|Arnora, the daughter of Einar of Laugarbrekka, the son of Sigmund, son of Ketil Thistle who had claimed land in Thistilfjord.
Aud the Deep-minded, daughter of Ketil Flat-nose, son of Bjorn Buna, wife of Oleif.
|Eirik the Red|
|Freydis, daughter of Eirik the Red|
|King Olaf the peaceful of Norway|
|Leif Eiriksson the Lucky
Oleif the White, son of King Ingjald, who was the son of Helgi, who was son of Olaf, who was son of Gudrod, who was son of Halfdan White-leg, king of the people of Oppland.
|Rafarta, daughter of King Kjarval of Ireland|
|Snorri: Child born in America to Thorfinn Karlsefni and Gudrid Thorbjarnardottir|
|Svein Ulfsson, Danish King|
|Thorbjorg, a seeress who was called the 'Little Prophetess'. She was one of ten sisters, all of whom had the gift of prophecy, and was the only one of them still alive.
|Breidafjord, customary way of describing people who are born in Iceland.|
|Dalir in the Breidafjord area|
|Drangar on Hornstrandir|
|Eiriksstadir in Haukadal, Iceland|
|Jaeren in Norway|
|Keel Point, a peninsula|
|Lysufjord in the western settlement of Greenland.|
Random BitsFind a beached whale: That's pretty damn random and I thought it worth cribbing down. Just goes to show that you never know what life is going to throw at you. The Vikings quickly make food out of it, cooking it right on the beach.
Rescue some people who have been shipwrecked. (Considered a lucky act): This is part of the culture. If you see people on a sinking ship, save them! Mind you depending on what type of raider viking you are, you might be enslaving them but better you than the sharks eh?
Skraelings: I've seen the name used before and honestly didn't remember that's what the vikings called the natives of the lands they encountered, including those in North America.