Vinland Saga Episode 18
NR
Out of the Cradle sub

4.8 (960 votes)
Aired 3 weeks ago
Updated December 2, 2019 · 22k Views · by u/GoodGuy

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u/EscanoruSama · 3 weeks ago
"If I don't get hit, it doesn't matter what weapon he uses." - Thorfinn, Every battle plan ever (2019).
u/ruhajdu · 3 weeks ago
that´s some character development sh*t right there
u/d3wa · 3 weeks ago
King is back
u/LibraryLover · 3 weeks ago
It was incredible to see the prince come out of his shell like he did.
u/ayamegumi · 3 weeks ago
I mean, what happens sucks for Thorfinn, but that "huh" at 17:17 was just cute xD
u/Legeis · 3 weeks ago
I don't get it...cute?

I yeah the way he was sent flying was epic, but....
u/policebiatch · 3 weeks ago
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u/devilian · 3 weeks ago
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u/puperman · 3 weeks ago
no, you're wrong
u/samve_000 · 3 weeks ago
stop downvoting comments
u/samve_000 · 3 weeks ago
stop downvoting comments
u/samve_000 · 3 weeks ago
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u/Ianis_chan · 3 weeks ago
it's like the power inside the prince come out
u/mochi-Jin · 3 weeks ago
am I the only one that can`t understand the love thing!! XD >-
u/TaAikah · 3 weeks ago
From what I could tell, the priest was talking about love being the indifferent generosity all living things show in death. The dead don't complain. The dead ask for nothing. All the dead do is give.

That's just how I saw it though. There could also be slight differences in what the author meant in Japanese vs it being translated.
u/Bmak128 · 3 weeks ago
I think he's saying that humans are incapable of love because of man's original sin (a christian belief). The only person capable of true love is the Father, or God. The prince has been seeking for love for his entire life, but was enlightened when he realized that it doesn't exist. That's why there was such dynamic character development - he no longer needs to seek for love.
u/TranquilPhoenix · 3 weeks ago
it is basicly the main message of christianity. that the only correct way to live is to love everyone equally no matter their sins or weaknesses. as if everyone did this the world would be a perfect place, and because the world isn't a perfect place the fault falls not at others, the people of the past or any other beings. but you personally, as a being unable to love unconditionally.
u/TranquilPhoenix · 3 weeks ago
as for the death part, the story of jesus is a perfect exemple of this. which is a story basicly everyone knows, you could ask yourself when in the story about jesus died; was it when he died on the cross, or when he went up to heaven after ressurecting, or was it when he was born being who he was as his unconditional love and life could only lead to one thing, death. not to mention, if he only lived his life for others, and not himself or his family.
u/TranquilPhoenix · 3 weeks ago
it was as if he was allready dead, because he had no choice in what to do with his life; all he could do was struggle and do the right choices to the best of his ability til he died. is like the dead corpse, except u can decide to die at any point in your life and become nothing but nourishment for the good in the world.
u/TranquilPhoenix · 3 weeks ago
but almost no people do that, because to do that u have to completely let go of your ego and selfishness which litterally is like a mental death in a way of who you are to become nothing but a servant of good and, or god.
u/Santory · 3 weeks ago
And thus with this the boy becomes a man
u/Koh28 · 3 weeks ago
*quacks
u/Cthulhu · 3 weeks ago
how can i download this?
u/EscanoruSama · 3 weeks ago
"If I don't get hit, it doesn't matter what weapon he uses." - Thorfinn, Every battle plan ever (2019).
u/Fog · 3 weeks ago
I already said this before but goddamn, Thorkell is such a savage lmao. Thorfinn is probably light given his age and size but still, lauching a person around with a kick is just wow, also Canute had a 180 turn on his personality, that was pretty interesting
u/falousa1998 · 3 weeks ago
Thorfinn "If I don't get hit, it doesn't matter what weapon he uses."
Few seconds later "it's gone it's gone HOMERUN"
u/Notaris · 3 weeks ago
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u/Floppy · 3 weeks ago
yay for pseudo philosophical bs
u/kimikato101 · 3 weeks ago
wow love it
u/Kariin · 3 weeks ago
what is the name of the ending sound?
u/Ender · 3 weeks ago
"Baby don't hurt me" I can't believe anyone at least thought of it XD
u/EliasM · 3 weeks ago
Now that's Conqueror's Haki shit right there!